Summer Reading for Kids & Families

June 14th - August 22nd, 2020

Online Registration

Registration is now open!

Families may register using the form below anytime from June 1st - July 31st.

Each child will receive their own activity kits and be entered into a prize drawing based on their age or grade level.

Paper registration forms are available upon request.

Online Registration Form

Weekly “Grab & Go” Activity Kits:

Schedule and information coming soon.

Once Upon A Summer

animals sitting on each others shoulders reading a donkey a dog a roosterWays to Play:

Spy a Story:

Little Unicorn keeps imagining herself as a character in classic stories. A picture clue will be posted on Mondays on the website and our activity room window. Can you spy Little Unicorn in the picture? Can you guess which story she has imagined this week?

Build a Story:

A weekly building challenge will be posted on the library's Facebook page and website. Pick a material from the building supply list. Use the material you have chosen to imagine and engineer a solution to the week’s storybook challenge.

Phone-a-Story:

Call the library's new storyline to hear a story and discover our mystery word of the week. 

Tiverton Library Storyline:

1-401-324-9828

Read & Win Raffle

Imagine Your Story

Kids entering 1st – 5th grade will earn raffle tickets for every day they read and every activity they try. A cool prize will be raffled off each week. All tickets will be entered into the grand prize drawing for a $25 gift certificate to the Moose Café and bag full of games, toys, books and treats.

Silly Stories

Little Readers may register and receive weekly Silly Story Sacks which include age-appropriate activities and a craft.

For every day they read, and each activity they try, they receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win a bag of books and a castle reading tent.

Thank you to our Sponsors

Amica Mutual Insurance Company

The Friends of the Tiverton Libraries

The statewide Rhode Island Summer Reading Program is supported by the RI Office of Library and Information Services, with funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.