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Summer Library Reading Program

800's Literature

Partners

These organizations partner with Delaware Public Libraries through the Community Resources Exchange to provide information, programs, and services.

Summer Food Service Program

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is federally funded to provide nutritious meals for hungry children during the long summer vacation through local community sites. The following Delaware Public Libraries have registered as SFSP sites:

New Castle302-328-1995 

Delmar - 302-846-9894

Selbyville - 302-436-8195    

Seaford - 302-629-2524

Frankford - 302-732-9351

​Georgetown - 302-856-7058

Other Delaware locations can be found here:

Summer Meals in Your Community

 

A Book That Shaped Me

Books have the power to shape us by changing the ways we think and feel. Think about a book that made a difference in your life. It could be you favorite book, one that you read at school or as part of this year's summer reading program. How did it make you feel? Did it change the way you see yourself, your family, or the world? Choose one book - it can be fiction or nonfiction - and write a short essay about how it had a personal impact on your life.

  • Write a one-page essay.
  • Use examples from the book to make your points.
  • Your essay will be judged on content, structure, and creativity.
  • Your essay may be typed or handwritten.

Submit your essay in-person by Friday, July 10, 2015  to your participating public library. For a list of libraries and additional information, visit http://loc.gov/bookfest/kids-teachers/booksthatshape/

Every Hero Has a Story

Kate DiCamillo - Summer Reading Champion

Kate DiCamillo, National Ambassador for Young People's Literature and Summer Reading Champion has an important message about the importance of summer reading.

Video

Track Your Child's Reading and Learning

General Resources

CSLP Partners

Collaborative Summer Library Program