Another summer… another Summer Learning Program!

(Tucson, AZ) The Library's annual Summer Learning Program is now underway! Swing by your local library to pick up a reading tracker and come back beginning June 1 to grab a free book—while supplies last—for your home library. Reading trackers include activities families can do together to boost kids' reading power. Aim for 20 minutes of reading per day and remember, all reading counts, from comic books and magazines to audio- and eBooks!

This year, try something new by signing up for Summer Learning challenges (Best Book Nerd, anyone?) online through Beanstack. Stir up some family friendly competition for the most time spent reading this summer.

Find something to read
  • Take a look at the many book lists curated by PCPL staff.
Don't miss events
  • Visit the Library's online calendar to find one at a nearby library. From bubble art and button making to comic book camp and Pirate Storytime, there's something for everyone!
Featured events

Looking to get a sense of all that's happening? Here are some upcoming events that may be of interest:

Please note, some Summer Learning Programs require advance registration. Be sure to check the Library's online calendar for information about each event. 

Continue learning and having fun
Did you know?

Whether you’re looking for kid-friendly trips in Arizona or searching for activities that will encourage children’s connection to nature, your Arizona state parks offer fun for the whole family! Bonus! Arizona State Parks and Trails offers a free Day-Use Entry Pass to all readers in Pima County, so pick up a pass at your local library while supplies last.

Read, have fun, learn, and discover this summer! You won't regret it!