Summer Reading Program  

Arkansas and the Collaborative Summer Library Program

 
                
 

Summer Library Programs are held in public libraries across Arkansas in May through August annually- an LSTA Sponsored Program.

Arkansas particpates in the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) which is a grassroots consortium of states working together to provide high-quality summer reading program materials for children at the lowest cost possible for their public libraries.

By combining resources and working with a commercial vendor to produce materials designed exclusively for CSLP members, public libraries in participating states or systems can purchase posters, reading logs, bookmarks, certificates and a variety of reading incentives at significant savings.

Families will find more information about the Summer Library Programs here.

Parents will also want to see A Letter to Parents

For more information contact Cathy Howser, Arkansas State Library,
501-682-2860; cathy@library.arkansas.gov

Where is the library near you? Arkansas Public Library Directory

Themes

  • 2015  Every Hero Has a Story; Unmask! (Teen); Escape the Ordinary (Adult) 
  • 2014  Fizz Boom READ!; Spark a Reaction (Teen); Literary Elements (Adult)
  • 2013  Dig into Reading; Beneath the Surface (Teen); Groundbreaking Reads (Adult)
  • 2012  Dream Big READ!; Own the Night (Teen); Between the Covers (Adult) 
  • 2011  One World, Many Stories; You are Here! (Teen); Novel Destinations (Adult)
  • 2010  Make a Splash- READ!; Makes Waves at Your Library (Teen); Water Your Mind (Adult)
  • 2009  Be Creative @ Your Library; Express Yourself @ Your Library (Teen)
  • 2008  Catch the Reading Bug @ Your Library; Metamorphosis @ Your Library (Teen)
  • 2007  Get a Clue at the Library; YNK - You Never Know @ Your Library (Teen)
  • 2006  Paws, Claws, Scales & Tales; Creature Features (Teen)
  • 2005  Dragon, Dreams & Daring Deeds; Joust Read (Teen) 
  • 2004  Discover New Trails @ Your Library; Get Lost (Teen) 
  • 2003  Laugh It Up @ Your Library: Read!