Our Summer Challenge encourages kids to keep reading and learning all summer long with free activities, programs, and incentives. With activities designed especially for early learners, students entering grades K-5, and tweens and teens, there’s something for everyone at the library this summer!
Summer Challenge 2020: Imagine Your Story
- Read for at least 15 minutes every day during the summer.
- Complete 5 or more logbook activities, including scavenger hunts, math challenges & more at fletcherfree.org
- Participate in live virtual library programming at fletcherfree.org, and watch original video content at FFL Kids on YouTube
- Chat with library staff at Burlington meal sites: Franklin Square, Riverside, South Meadows & more
- Have fun!
Registration begins June 15th and continues through August 21st.
View summer programs & events on our calendar.
Required summer reading for Burlington middle school students:
- Edmunds rising 6th, 7th & 8th graders:
Read & Write!
- Read a book, then write to your teacher using the provided stationery and stamped envelope.
- Visit the EMS Library website for more reading resources.
- Hunt rising 6th graders:
Up to three books total.
- One book from the 2020-21 Dorothy Canfield Fisher (DCF) list.
- One or two books of the student's choice
- Hunt rising 7th graders:
Read two books (at your level) of your choice.
- Hunt rising 8th graders:
Read 30 minutes a day, 5 times a week with 2 weeks off.
Summer Reading Blogs:
Hunt 6th Graders (use class code 14i9cb)