Summer Reading Club for Kids
Summer is here– and that means it’s time to sign up for Perrot’s summer reading club for kids! You can participate (and win prizes for reading!) Wednesday, June 21st through Friday, August 4th. The Summer Reading theme for 2023 is FIND YOUR VOICE.
Our summer reading sign up is in-person only. Stop by the Youth Services Wing and sign up at the Summer Reading table! Once you’ve read two books, you get an echo microphone (while supplies last) or multi-color shuttle pen. After you’ve read your fourth book, you get to pick out a FREE BOOK! After you’ve read your sixth book, you get a certificate for a free ice cream sandwich at Cups n’ Cones Old Greenwich!
Parents, your child who is not yet reading independently can also participate in Summer Reading! After you have read 10 books to your child, they earn a free book.
Summer Reading Prizes
Summer Reading Raffle
If you read 20 or more books over the summer, you can enter into our raffle to win one of four prize bags. Each prize bag will contain art and writing supplies to help express your creativity, and, of course, books!
Teens: Perrot needs you! Perrot is looking for volunteers to help run the summer reading program for kids.
Who can be a Perrot Library summer volunteer?
Teens who are going into Grades 8 and up, and who can volunteer at least 5 hours over the summer.
When do volunteers work?
From June 21st to August 4th, whenever the library is open. You can set your own schedule and sign up for shifts during mornings, afternoons, or evenings.
How do I become a teen volunteer?
Easy! Sign up online: http://www.tinyurl.com/perrotvolunteer/
How do I learn what to do?
Volunteers will be emailed a training video and packet that will teach you everything you need to know!
Have more questions? Please call us at 203-637-8802.
Greenwich Public Schools Summer Reading
Greenwich Public Schools Summer Reading List for Grades 6-8 (coming soon)
Although specific titles are listed and access is provided, students may choose any book that has been suggested by a public librarian, school media specialist, or teacher.
Need more summer reading suggestions? Check our our book lists or call us for help (203-637-8802)