Did YOU win?

Make sure to check your READsquared account to see if you won a prize for July! 

Haven't signed up yet? No problem! Each month is a new chance to win. Sign up today and start collecting reading points for August.

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Kids' Reading Program
Tail Waggin'

Tail Waggin' Tutors

Has your child’s reading gone to the dogs? Bone up their skills with a Tail Waggin’ Tutor.

Call to reserve a one-on-one 15-minute session. Follow the link below or call your nearest branch for specific dates and times. 

Click here for locations, dates and times

Brain Power

Join us to discuss the popular graphic novel Smile by Raina Telgemeier. For kids in grades 3-5. Please register below. 

Prairie West: Wednesday, August 5, 3:15 p.m.

Click here to sign-up.
Click here to find the book in the library.

Water Wednesdays

Storytimes at the pool with a Siouxland Library storyteller!

Laurel Oak Family Aquatic Center: Wednesdays at 2:50 p.m.
June 3- August 5

Pool admission is required to attend.

Laurel Oak Family Aquatic Center
Children's Programs

Superhero Saturday

Explore "super" books about superheroes with fun, hands-on activities. For kids in grades K-5. No registration required.

Prairie West Library: Saturday, August 8, from 10 - 11 a.m.

Click here for more information
Find superhero books in the library.
Tea Party

Victorian Tea Party

Learn the proper etiquette of hosting a Victorian tea party, and enjoy games and crafts like Samantha did in the ​American Girl​ series. Presented with Siouxland Heritage Museum staff. For children in grades K-7. Registration required.

Wednesday, August 12, 2:30 p.m. at the Downtown Library

More information & registration

New Reading Program

Our summer reading program has a new look: READsquared

Log your reading online to collect badges and earn points for games and cool prizes. 

Kids' Reading Program
Click here to sign up.
Read Aloud

Seize the Summer!

Reading to your child from birth is the most important activity you can do to prepare them for success in school.

Strive to read aloud to your kids (at any age) for 15 minutes each day.

Why is it important to read to my child?
Kids' Reading Program
Tips for reading aloud


News Releases

“Seize the Summer!” Campaign Urges Daily Reading Aloud

Your child doesn’t stop growing over the summer. Make sure he or she doesn’t stop learning, either. Siouxland Libraries is a partner in the Read Aloud 15 MINUTES …

Posted 07/13/2015 in Siouxland Libraries - A City/County Partnership

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Summer Reading Program for Kids