Summer Reading is for everyone: June 3-Aug. 1.
The first step is to click here to sign up.
Once you sign up, you'll receive a confirmation email. Then, on June 3, you'll be sent a link to download the app or get details about getting the paper log.
The Summer Reading Program is sponsored by Republic Bank and the IPPL Foundation & Friends, and it is an IPPL cardholder exclusive and open to those who attend school in the library's district.
Win Great Prizes!
Prize pick-up begins Monday, June 19. Turn in logs/show the app early for the best selection.
The more books you read and listen to, the more chances you have to earn prizes such as Portillo’s chocolate cake slices and other surprises.
For every 30 books read, spin the wheel for fun prizes like passes to Brookfield Zoo. For the first 30 books read, you also get to choose a free book!
For every 8 books read, spin the prize wheel for fun prizes such as Brookfield Zoo passes and other fun toys. For the first 8 books, you also get to choose a free book!
Teens & Adults
Read 4 books and earn a tote bag (while supplies last) and an entry into the grand prize drawing. This exclusive tote bag is generously sponsored by Republic Bank.
Parents: Check this out!
Students stay sharp because of summer reading programs During the summer, kids can lose some of the academic gains they made the previous school year. Studies show that students that participate in a summer reading program at their local library, enter the school year more confident and ready for school in the fall. AND, reading just four books during the summer can prevent a decline in reading scores. From reading and writing to science and math, our programs and classes keep kids sharp while they are having fun. We will help your kids cruise into the next school year.
Our Mission Math program is a great way to practice math skills and prevent falling behind in school for the following year. Kids can earn prizes for their completed sheets. Download the Mission Math worksheets and answer sheets to guide your child’s learning.
Grades 1–4 can stop by to practice reading skills with a teen volunteer. Bring a favorite book or read one of ours. Children spend 15 minutes one-on-one with a teen mentor reading aloud and chatting about favorite books and authors to help encourage a lifelong love of reading in a no-pressure environment. Saturdays, June 24 and July 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29, 1–3 p.m.. Learn more.
Programs, events, and classes!
From family nights on Thursdays to programs in Keshav's Garden for mid-kids, we have so many options for everyone to attend. In addition to programs for kids, we have quite the variety for adults.Browse our calendar for the latest. You won't want to miss summer at IPPL.