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Summer Reading Lists 2020


Imagine Your Story Summer Reading ProgramThe Summer Reading Lists are a joint project of the Belmont Public Schools and the Belmont Public Library. They are designed to encourage students in Belmont to make reading a habit, raising both their interest in and level of reading. These books and works from authors are available to view in print and as e-books and e-audio books that can be borrowed free of charge from the Belmont Public Library’s collections in Libby and in Hoopla. In order to get started borrowing ebooks and e-audio:

Visit Belmont Public Library. Childrens E-Resources to choose which online service you want to use.

You can also register online for a library card that will allow six months of access to e-books and e-audio books. Register Lbrary card Be sure to sign up for the Library's Summer Reading Program starting in late June. The theme this year is Imagine Your Story!

Students K - 5

Please, enjoy these books with your child:

 Summer Reading List for K - 1st Grade Students

 Summer Reading List for 2nd - 3rd Grade Students

 Summer Reading List for 4th - 5th Grade Students

 Children's Books on Race, Civil Rights, and Activism

Middle School

All middle school students are expected to read over the summer. Please see the links below for grade-specific information:

 Reading List for Incoming 6th Graders

 Reading List for 7th and 8th Graders 

 Resources for Anti-Racist and African American History for Adults, High School Students, and Middle School Students

High School

All high school students are to read over the summer in preparation for the start of the new school year.  

 Summer Reading Assignment

 Suggested Summer Reading List

 American Literature Summer Reading List

 Resources for Anti-Racist and African American History for Adults, High School Students, and Middle School Students

 Other High School Summer Assignments






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