Lore Summer Reading
This summer is the perfect time to get out and enjoy the nice weather, but it is also time for you to explore books you might not have known about before.
Scroll down to check out the lists below!Find out more about the Ewing Schools' 2020 Summer Reading program on theDistrict Summer Reading page!
3 Ways to Read
Use your library card to check out ebooks at the Mercer County Library!If you are not a library cardholder, why not take a couple minutes to do it right now?
- Try books on Miss Bennett’s Recommended Book List or Ewing's Recommended Book List!
- Read any books you like using the Mercer County Library!
- Join Mercer County’s Summer Reading program. Click here to find out more!!
- Join the Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Giveaway!
- Read any 8 books and get 1 FREE!
Even though the library is closed you can use your card to check out e-books, audio books, and use databases to which the library subscribes on the Kids Page!
Summer Reading Resources
Hoopla - Digital media service offered by your local public library that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone.
**Need Mercer County Library Card to access
International Children’s Digital Library - This resource provides ebooks in different languages, including but not limited to Persian/Farsi, Korean, Catalan, French, English and German. Some titles are available in multiple languages, and the images are large, bright and clear. The ebooks include fairy tales of different editions and in different languages.
Audible Stories - Audible has launched Audible Stories, a free service that offers educational and entertaining audiobook content for kids, teens, and families.
Open Library - School Library designed for a k-12 audience, books by grade level
**Need to sign up for free access
Oxford Owl - Developed for children aged 3–11 years old. They are temporarily making even more eBooks available, while so many schools are closed, so that your child has more to read.
**Need to sign up for access