The Summer Reading Program is made possible through the generous support of the Friends of the Ridgefield Park Public Library.
Summer Reading Program
The summer reading program is free and is open to all children - infant to 6th grade.
Registration begins on June 21.
Come into the library and register your child and get their summer reading kit and a guided reading book list of their choice.
Need an extra reading journal?
Click here to download a copy or just stop by the library for another copy.
Summer is a great time to build and create and have fun with friends! Ridgefield Park library is the perfect place to help your imagination take off! Join us this summer for books, movies, music, activities and fun… And together we can rock the world.
Registration begins June 21st. Come in to the library to register and get your free Summer Reading Starter Kit!
Need a Guided Reading List? Click here for a list of books owed by Ridgefield Park Public Library!
Summer Reading Kickoff Programs
Join us for our Summer Reading kick off on June 21 at 3:30pm with Field Station: Dinosaurs
Summer Reading registration available at all day. With registration, children will get their free Summer Reading Kit and entrance into our Field Station: Dinosaurs program. At 3:30 p.m., Field Station is bringing its 15 ft. dinosaur puppet to meet and greet the "Summer Reading Kids" of Ridgefield Park. Join us for a fun event including a song, dance party, a book reading, and an encounter with a giant visitor.
Face Painting and Storytime!
Join us for our Summer Reading kick off on June 25 at 7pm with Rizzo's Wildlife Discovery.
Summer Reading registration available all day. With registration, children will get their free Summer Reading Kit and entrance into a "Wild & Crazy" LIVE animal show.
Join us for our Summer Reading kick off on June 22rd from 12 noon - 2pm with Face Painting with Bonne the Clown.
In addition, Andy the Armadillo will be visiting us at 12 noon for a fun storytime for children of all ages.
Summer Reading registration available till 4:00 pm. With registration, children will get their free Summer Reading Kit, face painting and entrance to Andy's storytime!
Why Summer Reading?
Children are motivated to read.
Children develop positive attitudes about reading, books, and the library.
Children maintain their reading skills during summer vacation.
Children have access to experiences that further their sense of discovery.
Children have access to experiences through which they can learn to work cooperatively.
July 15: The Lego Movie: The Second Part
July 22: How to Train Your Dragon: Hidden World
July 29: Dumbo
August 5: Missing Link
August 12: Rise of the Teenage Mutant Turtles
@ 1:00 p.m.
Please Thank Our "Summer Reading" Sponsors!
Updated 5/31/2019 Ms. Debbie