2017 Summer Reading Programs in Wichita

Reading is an important skill for all ages, and keeping up with it over the summer can be hard. Thankfully, many businesses around Wichita are happy to provide incentives and programs to keep your child reading until the school bells start ringing again in August. 

Wichita Public Library

Wichita Public Library has a summer reading program for your child, from birth to grade 12. We have participated in this program for the past 5 summers, and it has gotten better each year. You can sign up online, or at your library branch. For more info, click here

Watermark Books & Cafe

Watermark Books and Cafe has several summer book clubs aimed at middle and high schoolers. For more information about the books they are reading, and for dates and times they are meeting, check their website

Chuck E. Cheese

Chuck E. Cheese will give your child free tokens for reading every day for two weeks. For more details, click here, and for their printable calendar, click here

BookAdventure.com

If online is more your style, try this summer reading adventure on for size.

Wichita Metro Area Libraries

Many local libraries also have their own summer reading programs: the Andover Public Library, the Derby Public Library, and the El Dorado Public Library for starters.

Storytimes in Wichita

For something to do with the little ones, you can always catch one of the many story times around Wichita – we have a comprehensive list for your reading (and listening!) pleasure. 

Even if you don’t sign up for anything formal, there are many ways to get your kids reading all summer long. You can make your own book bingo cards, and the first to get bingo wins a prize. Make a rule that there is no screen time until 20 minutes of reading have been completed. Let your kids catch YOU reading!

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