Libraries with Online Summer Reading:
If your library’s link isn’t working your library has not made registration available yet. Summer Reading usually begins once school is out for the summer break. Please check with your library to see when registration begins.
- Ak-Chin Indian Community Library
- Apache County Library District
- Apache Junction Public Library
- Beaver Creek Public Library
- Camp Verde Community Library
- Casa Grande Public Library
- Chino Valley Library
- City of Maricopa Public Library
- Coolidge Public Library
- Copper Queen Library
- Cottonwood Public Library
- Flagstaff City-Coconino County
- Florence Community Library
- Ft. McDowell Yavapai Nation Tribal Library
- Globe Public Library
- Holbrook Public Library
- Hopi Public Library
- Maricopa County Reads
- Miami Memorial Public Library
- Mohave County Library District
- Page Public Library
- Parker Public Library
- Pinetop-Lakeside Public Library
- Prescott Public Library
- Prescott Valley Public Library
- Safford City-Graham County
- Sedona Public Library
- Show Low Public Library
- Sierra Vista Public Library
- Snowflake-Taylor Public Library
- Yarnell Public Library
Why Participate in Summer Reading?
Summer reading programs are an effective, fun way to combine reading and learning activities into summer family time.
Is your library not listed?
Almost every library in Arizona participates in summer reading in some way. Make sure to visit your local library to learn other ways to participate in the Arizona Reading Program this summer.
Note: If your library resides anywhere in Maricopa County then you'll want to participate through Maricopa County Reads.
Readers who are unable to read standard print due to a visual or physical limitation can still participate in Summer Reading. Please contact the Arizona Talking Book Library for more information about books available in audio and braille formats.