New Readers Summer Reading

All the farm animals join the reading fun!

Who can participate in the New Readers Summer Reading Program?

Children ages 3 - 5 can particpate in the Library's Summer Reading Program.

The program includes virtual content and activities, in-person content, and activities. (please note registration is required for in-person activities) There will be multiple program times to choose from for each age group.

In-person programs for Children ages 3-5

In-person programs for New Readers will be held on most Tuesdays and Wednesdays in June and July from 2:15 pm - 3:00 pm at the library. Each week the program is different. However, the sessions for the week are identical. Please choose the date and time that works best for you. To register, please visit the link below, call 405-222-6075 or visit the library at 527 W. Iowa Ave.

Reserve your spot for the in-person New Reader Summer Reading Programs each week using this link

Have an older child, a Tween, or Teen intersted in particpating in Summer Reading?

How to Participate in Summer Reading

There are many ways to participate in the library's summer reading program!

Register by visiting Beanstack or by visiting the library located at located at 527 W Iowa Ave. 

Read, track your minutes, and earn incentives! 

Pick up week take and make activities! 

Check out the Library's event calendar. This contains information on all of the library's summer programs and events. 

Explore the library's virtual Summer Reading content linked below. 

Listen to stories on the radio! 

What's going on at the library each week?

Week One: Oklahoma Tails
Week Two: Old MacDonald had Some Tails
Week Three: Tails that Soar!
Whales have tails and can be found in the deep!
Week Four: Tails from the Deep
Cute cats and cuddly dogs can have tails of all shapes and sizes.
Week Five: Pet Tails
Some heroes have tails.
Week Six: Hero Tails
Lizards tails might be found in jungle tree tops.
Week Seven: Tree Top Tails
Some animals howl in the dark.
Week Eight: Tails in the Dark
Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, even celebrate!
Week Nine: Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, Oh Tails