Summer Reading

Saturday, June 19—Friday, August 13

Summer Reading is Coming! Tails and Tales 3 little pigs reading. Register online starting Saturday, June 19. Sponsored by the Friends of the Southbury Public Library.

 

Summer Reading 2021 is here! Are you ready to get creative, get active, and have fun this summer as we explore the theme of Tails and Tales? Things may look different, but we're committed to bringing you quality programs and resources to enrich your summer experience. We believe Summer Reading encourages children, youth, and families to continue reading and develop life-long learning skills. Gain self-confidence, a love for reading, and a sense of accomplishment, increase motivation and maintain reading skills - all while having fun!

Online registration began for all children ages 0-19 on Saturday, June 19 at 9:30am, but you can still register at any time! The program runs through Friday, August 13, 2021.

An illustration of a lion, mouse, and lemur reading together with the text "Tails and Tales"
A sperm whale holding a book with the text "Tails & Tales"
Tails and Tales banner with teal lizard on red book on yellow background.
Tails and Tales banner duck driving red tractor on green background.

Region 15 Suggested Summer Reading Lists

Your librarians and teachers have put together suggested reading lists to give you some reading recommendations over the summer. There's something for everyone, including classic and new titles. Take a look and see what books interest you. Contact us or put them on hold yourself and schedule a pickup time. 

Region 15 does not have a recreational reading list for high schoolers this year, though we are very happy to help you find books that will interest you. For class-specific assignments at Pomperaug High School, please visit your Google Classroom page. If you are having difficulty accessing what you need, contact PHS's guidance department at 203-262-3238.

Find everything you'll need for the 2021 Governor's Summer Reading Challenge, including a summer reading journal, student certificate, and suggested reading lists for grades K-12.