Looking for some ideas for summer reading? Want to find out what Nashville schools are recommending for the summer of 2019? Check out these reading lists and fun events for families.
Nashville Summer Reading Events:
5/16 – 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. J.T. Moore Summer Reading Blastoff at the Edgehill Library. There will be snacks, games and music. Students from all feeder schools (Julia Green, Percy Priest, Glendale and Waverly Belmont are encouraged to come as well).
6/1 – 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. – Green Hills Library Summer Reading Carnival– The 3rd Annual Summer Reading Kickoff Carnival. Jump in the bouncy houses, complete summer reading activities, play games, and enjoy a yummy treat! For ages 2-12.
All Summer – Nashville Public Library Summer Reading Program The summer reading theme this year is Space! A Universe of Stories. You can register for the summer reading program at any library branch – or print a reading log at home. Want to know what you can win? Information on prizes can be found here.
All Summer – Mr. Bond’s Science Guys are teaming up the the Nashville Public Library and putting on free shows at library branches during the summer. The shows are designed to coordinate with the NPL summer reading theme Space! A Universe of Stories.
Summer Reading Lists:
Read to Me More’s Favorite Summer Books – Our favorite picture books and chapter books about summer.
Parnassus Summer Reading Suggestions – A list of new children’s book releases – just in time for summer.
Dolly Parton’s 2019 Imagination Library List – Wonderful picture book selections for kids from birth to age six.
ACLS 2019 Summer Reading List – The 2019 summer picks for children (ages 0-14) from the American Library Association.
2019 West Nashville Summer Reading School Lists
(Will update as they are available)
Waverly Belmont Summer Reading (scroll down for list)