Summer Reading for kids going into grades K-5

 

Elementary school-aged kids are welcome to attend programs scheduled at any of the 16 Spokane Public or County Libraries! And, of course, all kids are encouraged to read over the summer months.

If you’d like to keep track of your summer reading, click the Reading LOG button in your library’s column. Looking for a good book to get started? Click on the Book Lists button.

Animals at the Library

Thirsty pets need water!  You’ll learn more than that from local animal experts who will share their expertise about our best animal friends.


At The Watering Hole

Join us to make 3-D animals that you might find at a watering hole.


Bagpipes at the Library

Pipers, drummers & dancers will celebrate traditional music &
movement from Scotland— far across the ocean blue.


Beach Party

Armchair travel to the seashore for a celebration of sand & surf with
books, crafts & a snack.


Cap’n Ruby & the Scurvy Dogs Pirate Show

Sing pirate songs, listen to tales of famous pirates, sign the pirate code of conduct & get your very own eye patch.


Dick Frost Magic Show

Mr. Frost will entertain with Humpty Dumpty, a gumball machine & more!


It’s a Mystery

It is, really... you’ll find out when you get here.  Trust us, it’ll be fun.


Sea Monsters at the Library

We’ll have the supplies, you bring the imagination.  Join us to create
your very own sea monster!


Sink or Float?

What do you know about buoyancy?  Test the waters with your own
hand-crafted boat.


Under the Sea

What is blue, has fins & likes to nibble on toes?  Find out when you
help us make a huge undersea mural @ your library. 


Water Water Everwhere

Even when it’s not raining, water is all around us. Special presentation
by the West Valley Outdoor Learning Center staff.

Click here for printable schedulekids_files/SR10KidsCALweb.pdf
Reading LOGkids_files/SCLDKidsLOGweb.pdf
Book Listshttp://www.scld.org/kids_booklist.asp
Reading LOGsign_up.html
Book Listshttp://www.spokanelibrary.org/index.php?page=kidsrecommendedreads
Spokane Valley    893.8400
12004 E Main Avehttp://www.scld.org/branch.asp?branch=10
Otis Orchards    893.8390
22324 E Wellesley Avehttp://www.scld.org/branch.asp?branch=9
North Spokane     893.8350
44 E Hawthorne Rdhttp://www.scld.org/branch.asp?branch=8
Moran Prairie     893.8340
6004 S Regal Sthttp://www.scld.org/branch.asp?branch=7
Medical Lake    893.8330
321 E Herb Sthttp://www.scld.org/branch.asp?branch=6
Fairfield    893.8320
305 E Main Sthttp://www.scld.org/branch.asp?branch=5
Deer Park    893.8300
208 S Forest Avehttp://www.scld.org/branch.asp?branch=4
Cheney    893.8280
610 First Sthttp://www.scld.org/branch.asp?branch=3
Argonne    893.8260
4322 N Argonne Rdhttp://www.scld.org/branch.asp?branch=2
Airway Heights    893.8250
1213 S Lundstrom Sthttp://www.scld.org/branch.asp?branch=1
South Hill    444.5385
3324 S Perry Sthttp://www.spokanelibrary.org/index.php?page=southhill
Shadle    444.5390
2111 W Wellesley Avehttp://www.spokanelibrary.org/index.php?page=shadle
Indian Trail    444.5395
4909 W Barnes Rdhttp://www.spokanelibrary.org/index.php?page=indiantrail
Hillyard    444.5380
4005 N Cook Sthttp://www.spokanelibrary.org/index.php?page=hillyard
East Side    444.5375
524 S Stone Sthttp://www.spokanelibrary.org/index.php?page=eastside
Downtown    444.5478
906 W Main Avehttp://www.spokanelibrary.org/index.php?page=downtown

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* click here for permission slipkids_files/SCLDLateNitePermish.pdf