Summer Reading Program

Summer Reading Program 2017

The New Mexico State Library proudly supports summer reading programs at public libraries throughout the state. As a member of the Collaborative Summer Library Program, NMSL sponsors public libraries membership to join in this national consortium. The 2017 theme is construction, architecture, community activism:

  • Children: Build a Better World!
  • Teens: Build a Better World!
  • Adults: Build a Better World!

The winner of the 2017 Teen Video Challenge was the Rio Rancho Public Libraries- Loma Colorado

For more information on the Colloborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) visit their website.

Future Summer Reading Programs:

  • 2018: Music- Libraries Rock! artwork for early literacy and children's programs provided by Brian Pinkney
  • 2019: Space- A Universe of Stories, artwork for early literacy and children's programs provided by Leeza Hernandez
  • 2020: Fairytales/Mythology/Fantasy- slogan TBD, artwork for early literacy and children's programs provided by LeUyen Pham

Previous  years' surveys:

 

Do you have plans this summer? Head to your local public library to celebrate!

This program is funded with a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) administered by the State of New Mexico through the New Mexico State Library, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs.