Find Your Summer Reading! – by Sno-Isle Libraries
It’s time to start working on your summer reading list! Whether vacationing, enjoying a beach day, or relaxing in the backyard hammock, this season goes hand in hand with good reading. Sno-Isle Libraries can help provide reading materials all summer long.
Build your to-be-read list
Head to Sno-Isle Libraries website or visit your library to start compiling your summer reading list. Browse new releases, award winners, staff picks, and more on our website. You can also ask a librarian for personalized recommendations! Place desired titles on hold or add them to your “For Later” list. You can pause items throughout the summer months if you aren’t ready for them.
Check out the staff picks section of our website for suggestions from hundreds of themed lists like Only Murders on the Beach, Great Reads to Take on Vacation, and Camp Out with a Good Book.
Mix it up!
If your summer focus is on cooking, crafting, or gardening, you can find librarian-curated lists around these topics, such as Small But Mighty Gardens, Exquisite Embroidery, and Cookbook Connections: Ice Cream and Other Frozen Delights.
You can also use the library website to access a wide variety of online magazines and newspapers, both local and beyond.
Take the library with you!
Do you have extended travel plans? Install the Libby app to take eBooks and digital audiobooks wherever you roam. Unsure about how it works? Book a librarian to walk you through it: sno-isle.org/book-a-librarian.
Summer reading with kids
Foster the enjoyment of reading by encouraging the youth in your life to participate in the Sno-Isle Libraries Summer Reading program. Starting in June, kids and teens earn a free book after reading or being read to for 10 hours. This program unites readers of all ages.
To learn more about how to find your summer reading, visit sno-isle.org or speak to a librarian at your local library.