Do you know anyone entering grades 6-12 at Lawton C. Johnson or Summit High School in the new school year?
Summit’s free public library has plenty of copies of your summer reading requirements for school. This year they are on display right in front of the “Ask Us” counter, so you can stop by and grab one. If you’re looking for one of the new titles, you can also put it on hold using your library card.
Remember…all children who attend Summit Public Schools can drop by the library with their parents and request their own library card.
Students 17 and older can bring their ID and apply for their own adult library card, which will allow them to view all library items, including all DVDs, M-rated video games, and museum passes.
Click on any of the links below to check out the full list of summer reading titles.
Lawton C. Johnson Summit College
- *6th year: The library has more than 20 copies of Wonder, by RJ Palacio and 5 copies of each of the remaining titles.
- 7th grade: The library has more than 20 copies of Fever 1793by Laurie Halse Anderson and approximately 15 copies of each of the remaining titles.
- 8th grade: The library has about 15 copies of each title.
Summit High School:
Have you chosen a book (or several books) to read this summer that will be part of your reading identity? Let the librarians at Summit Free Public Library help you! We have several lists of books we recommend, as well as several suggested books recommended by Ms. Zarabi and Ms. Shue.
Also feel free to take home a set of teen books, currently located on top of the glass display case across from the lending desk.
If you need specific books for different classes, please note that we also have the following books: