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Summer Reading 2018: Home

Summer reading information and booklists for students in grades 6-11 in Fall, 2018.

Welcome to WSA Summer Reading!

Reading along the Whiteshell River, Whiteshell Provincial Park, Manitoba, Canada - Britannica ImageQuestSummer is a time for vacations, relaxing, extra time with family and friends, and books! While students are reading for enjoyment they are engaged and learning over the summer months. Reading Lists are outlined by Grade Level in the navigation above. 

This summer, try something new! Check out the reading resources at Read.gov for Teens or download free audiobooks from SYNC.

Return to the WSA Library homepage to find links to many online databases and other helpful resources.

Read.gov for Teens

Read.gov from the Library of CongressRead.gov encourages everyone to discover the world of books. Here you'll find a variety of free teen reading resources to explore and enjoy, including:

Classic books online

Author webcasts

Read.gov from The Library of Congress​Booklists for teens, with ideas for what to read next:

Explore New Worlds
Books on the Great Depression
Books on Hispanic-American History
Books on Asian-American History
Books on African American History
Books on Native American History

Sync - Free Audiobooks for Teens

SYNC Audiofile 2018SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens ages 13+. Get two complete audiobook downloads a week - pairs of high interest titles, based on weekly themes - through July 25. Sign up for email or text alerts and be first to know when new titles are available to download at www.audiobooksync.com.

AudioFile posters have plot summaries of the books being offered, plus QR codes you can scan to hear audio clips from each book.

Teen Programs at Local Libraries

Check out our local public libraries!  

  • Volunteer to help with library events for younger children
  • Read for fun and win free books and other prizes
  • Sign up for free activities and field trips just for teens - At Poulsbo and Bainbridge Libraries ;there are lots of activites planned for teens: a Video Game Design camp, writing and art camps, tech nights, and trips to Seattle attractions

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Susan Trower
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West Sound Academy
16571 Creative Drive NE
Poulsbo, WA 98370
360-598-5954
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