Summer Reading 2022: Now through August 12!

Friday, August 12 is our last day of Summer Reading! All paper tickets are due by 5pm! Virtual tickets are due by 11:59pm!

Summer Reading ends this Friday, August 12! Make sure you enter in all your tickets that you've accrued, otherwise they will not count towards the prizes you are interested in! 

Paper Tickets (and Scavenger Hunt Entries):

  • Due this Friday, August 12 by 5pm in person at the Library. 5pm is when the prize boxes are removed, so please arrive early so you can get your log stamped, get your tickets, and have time to fill them out before 5.
  • If you cannot come on Friday, we are open until 5:30pm on Wednesday, August 10 and from 9:30am-9:00pm on Thursday, August 11.

Virtual Tickets:

  • Due this Friday, August 12 by 11:59pm. If you have tickets accrued but have not actually entered them into any drawings, they won't count.
  • To enter your tickets in on the website:
    • Select your reader. In the Current Challenges tab, click on this year's Summer Reading Challenge.
    • Then, click on the Ticket Drawings Tab.
    • To enter tickets for a drawing, tap on the drawing you are interested in and select "Add/Remove Tickets" to add (or remove) tickets.
      • If you are participating in the Elementary Reading Challenge for Grades 1-5, you can remove tickets and switch them to a different drawing if you change your mind about what you'd like to spend them on.
  • To enter your tickets in on the app:
    • Select your reader. From the homepage, scroll down to Current Challenges and click on the banner for this year's Summer Reading Challenge to open. 
    • Open the Ticket Drawings Tab.
    • To enter tickets for a drawing, tap on the drawing you are interested in and select "Add/Remove Tickets" to add (or remove) tickets.
      • If you are participating in the Elementary Reading Challenge for Grades 1-5, you can remove tickets and switch them to a different drawing if you change your mind about what you'd like to spend them on.

2022 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.

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 2022 Governor's Summer Reading Challenge, including a summer reading journal, student certificate, and suggested reading lists for grades K-12.