summer reading


PWCS Summer Reading 2021

The purpose of the PWCS Summer Reading Program is to encourage students to enjoy quality literature and to continue developing their independent reading skills. Summer is a great time for students to read for pleasure and dive deep into their favorite genre or experience something new. Providing students with a choice in what they read increases their reading motivation and engagement.

Benefits to support the summer reading leap:

  • Build vocabulary
  • Develop reading skills
  • Enjoy new stories
  • Learn new information

PWCS Official Summer Reading Web Site
PWCS Official Grades 9-12 Suggested Reading List [PDF] 

Public Library Summer Reading 2021

Students also have the option to participate in the Prince William County Public Library System's Summer Reading Program.  This year's theme is "Tales and Tails," and registration opens June 14. 

To participate, visit any Prince William Public Library, register 
online, or through the Beanstack Tracker app on your smartphone. Track your progress by checking off completed activities.  After completing 10 activities on your game card, come to any library branch for a free book and to be entered into a grand prize drawing.  
Complete all the activities and earn a bonus entry.

PWC Public Library Summer Reading Web Site


AudioFile SummerSync 2021- FREE AUDIOBOOKS

SummerSYNC offers 2 free audio books per week for 13 weeks over the summer. Each pair of books is only available for one week. The list includes a weekly theme with two paired novels. You will need to download the Free Sora app first in order to download these audiobooks; once you've downloaded the books, they are yours to keep--forever!

Register for SYNC



infographic that shows the benefits of summer reading