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Children’s 2019 Summer Reading Program

The theme of  2019 Saugus Public School summer reading program is the great state of Massachusetts, its heroes and history.  All Saugus Public School students in grades K thru 5 are encouraged to read 20 minutes a day and are required to produce written reports on 3 books:

  • 1 pertaining to the American Revolution
  • 1 pertaining to Massachusetts, its heroes, history or setting
  • 1 of the reader’s choice  We encourage students to consider Massachusetts authors like Dr. Seuss, Jan Brett, H.L. Rey, or Matt Tavares.

The Saugus Public Library is once again pleased to support this goal!   We have purchased extra copies of these titles and added fresh ones.  Using a library card, students can borrow, place holds if necessary or even download e-books. We have audio versions of some titles too.

Registration for the Library’s Summer Reading Program begins Monday, June 10th thru Thursday, August 15th and  is open to all ages.  We offer prizes and programming all summer long.  Check our online and print calendar for details about all that’s happening.

Fresh Titles for Summer Reading

Reading Lists: 

Incoming Kindergarten & 1st grade

Incoming 2nd & 3rd grades

Incoming 4th & 5th grades

Book Report Forms:

Summer Reading Reports Grades K-1

Summer Reading Report Grades   2-5

Search for titles to borrow or request in the NOBLE library catalog. Additionally, the following titles from these lists can be found in our online platforms Overdrive and Hoopla – ask a librarian how you can download or stream these titles to your home computer, smartphone or tablet.