Summer Reading Program Registration

Registration begins on June 1 of each Summer. Entries prior to this date will be removed. When you complete your registration, you will be taken to a page from which you may print your Reading Record.

You may also stop into the Monona Library to pick up a copy of your Reading Record.
Emailed Log? If you would like a Reading Log emailed to you, please contact <karen@mononalibrary.org>

2016 Summer Reading Records & Prizes & Sponsors

 

Preschool (ages birth to 4)
Ella’s Deli
Benvenuto’s
Dane County Fair (7/20 - 7/24)
Eugster’s Farm
Knitters Guild
Noodles & Company
Pizza Hut
Schuster’s Playtime Farm

Grades K to 5
Pizza Hut; Dane County Fair (7/20 - 7/24); Milwaukee Museum/Planetarium
Benvenuto’s; Mallards (The Madison Mallards 2016 Library Night Out at the Duck Pond is Tuesday, July 12th, at 7:05 pm!)
Ella’s Deli; Eugster’s Farm; Red Robin
Angelos; Schuster’s Playtime Farm
Knitters Guild

Grades 6 to 8
PIzza Hut; Dane County Fair (7/20 - 7/24) Monona Recreation Department
Culver’s; Mallards (The Madison Mallards 2016 Library Night Out at the Duck Pond is Tuesday, July 12th, at 7:05 pm!)
Noodles; Eugster's Farm; Red Robin
Angelos; Schuster's Farm
Knitters Guild

High School (entering grade 9 to age 17)
Dane County Fair
Pizza Hut
Mallard’s
Angelo’s
Noodles & Company

Adults (age 18+)
Starbucks

Prevent Summer Learning Loss


Summer learning loss, sometimes called summer slide, is a very real phenomenon and can affect all children. Studies show that students who do not engage in educational activities during the summer typically score lower on tests at the end of summer than they did at the beginning. It is estimated that two or three months of learning can be lost over summer vacation.

It is very important that students participate in summer educational activities. One study indicated that reading as few as 4-6 books over the summer helps readers maintain their skills and reading 10-20 helps readers improve their skills. Your library offers a variety of fun programming, but there are also resources available to you online from BadgerLink (http://badgerlink.dpi.wi.gov/). Available to all Wisconsin residents, BadgerLink is Wisconsin’s Online Library and provides access to learning games, skill building activities, book recommendations, and more.