Summer Reading Program
Saturday, June 15 - Thursday, August 15, 2013
Readers of all ages will devour books this summer at the San Diego Public Library. Join the summer reading fun at your local library with prizes*, entertainment, story times, music and, of course, lots of great books! It's a great way to enjoy reading over the summer.
All you have to do is sign up (click the age appropriate button at the left), read books, and fun prizes will be yours. If you have someone read to you, that counts too! Receive incentives just for signing up.
Summer Reading Program events will be added to our calendar as they become available. We'll have storytimes, music, magic, crafts, author readings, book discussions, and more.
Don't know what to read this summer? Check out our Reading is So Delicious reading recommendations.
*While supplies last. The Library reserves the right to substitute prizes based on availability.
Reading (and Feeding) Is So Delicious!
The San Diego Public Library is partnering with the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank this summer! Donate non-perishable food at your local branch library in designated bins. Our system-wide goal is to collect at least 7000 lbs of food this summer! Please contact your local branch to find out about special programs and incentives relating to the Food Drive.
Participating Adult Summer Reading Program Branches
- Carmel Valley
- Kensington-Normal Heights
- Logan Heights
- Mira Mesa
- Mission Hills
- Mission Valley
- Mountain View/Beckwourth
- North Clairemont
- North University Community
- Pacific Beach/Taylor
- Paradise Hills
- Point Loma/Hervey
- Rancho Bernardo
- San Carlos
- Skyline Hills
- Valencia Park/Malcolm X
With our partners:
- San Diego Padres
- San Diego Public Library Foundation
- Pearson Foundation
- San Diego Natural History Museum
- San Diego Museum of Man
- San Diego Air and Space Museum
- Reuben H. Fleet Science Center
- Round Table Pizza
- Daphne's Greek Café
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.