Summer Reading For Everyone
NEWS: Washington Nationals players will visit four neighborhood libraries to read to kids and answer questions from eager fans, Saturday, July 19.
Washington Nationals Centerfielder, Denard Span
1800 Good Hope Rd. SE
Washington Nationals Outfielder, Scott Hairston
1350 49th St. NE
Washington Nationals Pitcher, Drew Storen
Mt. Pleasant Library
3160 16th St. NW
Washington Nationals Manager, Matt Williams
4450 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Kids, teens and adults. Everyone can get in on the fun with Summer Reading at DC Public Library. The Library offers four age-specific themes.
|June 1 -- August 31
Win prizes for reading!
Check our calendar for a schedule of special events at your library.
|Read With Me -- a special program for children birth to age five and their parent or caregiver. It's never too early to foster a love of reading in your child. Visit your neighborhood library to sign up.|
|Fizz, Boom, Read -- for children 6 to 12 years old. Win prizes for reading. Visit your neighborhood library to sign up.|
|Spark a Reaction -- for teens 13 to 19 years old. Win prizes and have more fun by earning badges! Sign up online.
Enter the Book Review Contest. You could win an iPad Mini.
|Literary Elements -- adults can join the fun. Win prizes for reading and learning new skills. Sign up online or at any library.|
DC Public Library Summer Reading is sponsored by
Additional support provided by:
DC Public Library Summer Reading is part of the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP). CSLP is a grassroots consortium of states working together to provide high quality summer reading program materials to promote literacy.