Summer Reading

Public Library Resources
While we don't yet know what the next school-year will look like, we do know the best way to be prepared: keep reading!  The Prince William County Public Library will resume contact-free pick up on June 15.  See the public library news website for more information.

If you need a public library card, visit the public library card web page.

Prince William County Public Library Summer Reading Program
Imagine Your Story with the public library's summer reading program, a great way to stay involved and keep reading.

To participate, register online or through the Beanstack Tracker app on your smartphone. Track your progress digitally by checking off activities on the app.

When our libraries reopen, come in after 10 activities for a free book and to be entered into a grand prize drawing. Complete all the activities for a bonus entry for the grand prize drawing.

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For information about Public Library visit: Public Library Summer Reading

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Rippon Summer Reading
The best way to prepare for next year is to read.  Read however you want.  Read wherever you want.  Read whatever you want.  Just read!  Here's a calendar-style list of literacy activities.  See how many you can do over the summer and bring it to the library in the fall!  

Complete 10 of these activities and bring your form to us in the fall to 
earn a pass to go to the front of the lunch line for the first month of school

Prince William County Schools Summer Reading Program

It doesn't matter *what* you read, as long as you read!  Here are some suggested lists from PWCS.