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Summer Reading Program 2024: Adventure Begins at Your Library

North Dakota State Library and the Collaborative Summer Library Program

Summer Reading 2024

Welcome to the Summer Reading Program page!

This year's slogan is... Adventure Begins at Your Library! 

No matter what your interests are, you are sure to find something at the library! This year's slogan highlights the many adventures that take place at the library. Whether you are looking for a book, meeting with a club, or doing research, your library has it all. 

Be sure to visit the Trainings & Resources page to see webinar recordings and other resources; the Book Suggestions page for book recommendations by age group; and Beanstack for this year's summer challenge and more! 

CSLP artwork and graphics are copyrighted for exclusive use by CSLP members and are used by permission.  All public libraries in North Dakota are CSLP members. Please review and be aware of the CSLP Rules of Use.

If you are a North Dakota public librarian and would like to request access to the 2024 summer reading manual, please fill out this form.


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North Dakota participates in the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP). CSLP is a nonprofit, charitable organization that supports literacy, education and science through summer reading events in public libraries across the United States. CSLP works to develop interest in reading and library use. This includes development and implementation of summer reading programs used nationwide, public service announcements, and other activities which promote reading and library use. Every year, CSLP publishes a themed summer reading manual, which contains valuable information for planning, promoting, and hosting a successful summer reading program.

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Many of these resources and programs are funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.