Summer Reading

Summer Reading is a Blast!
Check out these amazing resources to keep reading all summer long.
Don’t forget to visit the Broomfield Public Library—
participate in their Summer Book Adventures or create in their Maker Space!
Keep Reading!
Are you ready to Rock & Read this summer?
Summer Book Adventures starts June 1
at Broomfield Public Library!
 For all ages! Babies, Kids, Teens and
 Register online beginning May 14 at
 Beginning June 1, come to the library to pick up the
reading log for your age and start reading!
 From June 1 to July 31 track your reading and try out
the new activity options this year!
 As you finish each level come back to the library and get
great prizes!

Want to learn about animals, famous people, science and
social studies? Student's can learn fun facts and information.
 Access Pebble Go databases from home!
Go to
Select Login with PebbleGo
Username: ceelmc
Password: read
 Read along to natural audio recordings.
 Play games, complete activities, and answer the
“question of the day.”

Ready to read
Interactive books!
Students can access thousands of free e-books that can be
read on laptops, desktop computers and iPads!
 Access Capstone Interactive!
Go to
Login: summer18
Password: lovetoread
 Read-aloud audio and text highlighting.

Explore non-fiction books!
Students have access to non-fiction books that can be
read aloud in variety of languages, including Spanish.
 Access Unite for Literacy!
Go to
Enter and confirm the county you live in.
 Read and listen to the book narrations.
Students can access the World Book Encyclopedia via the
 Access World Book Online!
Go to
Log-in ID: Adams12
Password: 5star
 Choose between World Book Kids, Student, Advanced
and Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos.
 Explore World Book Discover and Timelines, as well as
Early Peoples, Inventions and Discoveries and Living
 Click on Tools and select Hear text read aloud, to listen
to articles.

Other resources to keep you reading and learning!
Don’t forget to read with RAZ Kids this summer!
Students who read 8 books and record
them in the Barnes & Noble Reading Journal will earn a

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