Summer Reading Program 2014 Has Ended
Sunday, June 15 - Friday, August 15, 2014
The all ages 2014 Summer Reading Program, Paws to Read, has ended. Thank you for participating and come back next year!
Simply select the age appropriate program that you would like to participate in, sign-up, read the rules, log your progress, and collect prizes*. You even get prizes just for signing up! Did we mention that there are fun programs and games happening throughout the summer at your local San Diego Public Library!? Select the appropriate links below for sign-up, rules & prizes, reading recommendations, and to view upcoming Summer Reading events! Capture the Summer Reading Program fun and enter our #PawsToPose Instagram contest for a chance to win additional prizes.
*While supplies last. The Library reserves the right to substitute prizes based on availability.
Paws to Pose - Instagram Contest
Share the joy of summer reading and take a moment to follow us on Instagram @sdpubliclibrary and snap a photo of you and your pet or other furry friends by
entering our #SDPLPawsToPose photo contest. Official Rules and Contest Details
Paws to Give
This year we are partnering with the San Diego Humane Society to support the Project KEPPT Program (Keeping Every Person & Pet Together). We are asking for donations of cat and dog food, new toys, used clean towels, grooming supplies, and pet litter. Donations can be dropped off at any San Diego Public Library location during regular open hours. Learn more about Paws to Give (PDF).
With our partners:
|San Diego Padres||San Diego Zoo||Pratt Memorial Fund|
|Chipotle||Wendy's||Round Table Pizza|
|Daphne's Greek Café||San Diego Air and Space Museum||San Diego Natural History Museum|
|LEGOLAND||San Diego Museum of Art||Reuben H. Fleet Science Center|
The California Summer Reading Program is a project of the California Library Association, supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, a federal grant program administered in California by the State Librarian.