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Summer Reading 2020

Summer 2020 School Reading Lists for Cape Cod and the Islands.  Return to the CLAMS Library Catalog to search for books and authors on these lists.  Many Summer Reading titles are available as downloadable audio books or eBooks.
Visit: School Summer Reading for the Cape & Islands

Please check with your school or teacher to ensure that audio format meets their guidelines.  When you click on the links below you are connecting to a website outside of CLAMS.  CLAMS is not responsible for content or upkeep of these websites.  Contact the school if you have questions about a website.

If the information is currently unavailable please check back later. This page is updated as school lists become available.

BarnstableHarwich
Barnstable Elementary:
Barnstable United:
Grades K- 3
Grades 4 & 5
Harwich ElementaryGrades K-4
Barnstable Intermediate:Grade 6
Grade 7
Monomoy Middle School All Grades
Barnstable High School:All Grades Monomoy High School:Grade 8
Grades 9-12
Sturgis Charter School: East & West Cape Cod Regional Technical High School:All Grades
St. Francis Xavier Prep: Grades 5-8
BourneMashpee
Bourne Elementary:Pre K-Grade 4
Bourne Middle School: All Grades Mashpee Middle/High SchoolAll Grades
Bourne High School: Grades 9 – 12
Upper Cape Regional Technical School:Grades 9 – 12
ChathamMartha’s Vineyard
Chatham Elementary:All GradesChilmark School:Grades K-5
Monomoy Middle School: All Grades Edgartown School: All Grades
Monomoy Regional High School:Grade 8
Grade 9-12
Tisbury School:Grade 5
Grades 7 & 8
Oak Bluffs School: All Grades
W. Tisbury School: Grades 6-7
Martha’s Vineyard High School:All Grades
MVPCS:All Grades
Dennis YarmouthNantucket
Ezra Baker Innovative: Grades 1-4Nantucket Elementary: All Grades
Nathaniel Wixon: Cyrus Peirce Middle School: Grades 6-8
Mattacheese Middle School: All Grades Nantucket High School: All Grades
D-Y Regional:
FalmouthNauset Public Schools
Morse Pond: Grades 5 & 6
Falmouth Middle & High School:All Grades Nauset Middle School: All Grades
Falmouth Academy:All GradesNauset Regional High School:All Grades
Other SchoolsSandwich
Sacred Heart:Sandwich Schools:K-2
Grades 3 – 6
Bishop Stang:All Grades Sandwich STEM Academy:Grade 7
Grade 8
Pope John Paul II High School:All Grades Sandwich High School:All Grades
Trinity Christian Academy:All Grades
St. Pius X:All Grades
Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School:All Grades
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Summer Reading Lists are here!

Now Available!
SUMMER 2019 SCHOOL READING LISTS
FOR CAPE COD AND THE ISLANDS

Return to the CLAMS Library Catalog to search for books and authors on these lists.
Many Summer Reading titles are available as downloadable audiobooks or eBooks. Visit: CLAMS OverDrive Collection

*Please check with your school or teacher to ensure that audio format meets their guidelines.

NOTE: If the information is currently unavailable please check back later. The page is updated as school lists become available.

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Summer Reading 2018 – Cape & Islands School Reading Lists

Summer Reading for Schools

Summer Reading 2018

Now available!
Summer 2018 School Reading Lists
for the Cape Cod and Islands

Return to the CLAMS Library Catalog to search for books and authors on these lists.
Many Summer Reading titles are available as downloadable audiobooks or eBooks. Visit: CLAMS OverDrive Collection

*Please check with your school or teacher to ensure that audio format meets their guidelines.

NOTE: If the information is currently unavailable please check back later. The page is updated as school lists become available.

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What’s Your Four?

MBLC What's Your Four Summer Reading


The CLAMS Library Network asks, “What’s Your Four?”

Children who read just four books over the summer fare better on reading-comprehension tests in the fall than their peers who read one or no books. Because of this, the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC) and CLAMS libraries are challenging residents to choose four books to read over the summer months, and to share their selections on social media through a campaign called “What’s Your Four?”

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