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St. Paul Public Library offers reading, learning fun for kids and teens all summer long  

St. Paul Public Library invites kids and teens to make the library their destination for summer reading. Summer Spark, the Library’s summer learning and reading program, encourages kids and teens to discover the joy of reading for fun all summer long. 

To get started, kids and teens can stop in at any library location to pick up their Summer Spark Reading and Activity Log and pick out a free book to keep. Readers can track their reading and discover fun learning activities along the way.  

Teens can read books and enter to win prizes; the more books read, the more chances to win. 

Library staff are happy to help find books for all interests and all ages and reading levels. 

Most students in St. Paul can check out books, e-books, audiobooks and more with Library Go. St. Paul Public Schools, and many charter schools, automatically enroll their students in Library Go, which is an easy-to-remember number based on students’ school ID. There are no fines and no financial risks to families who borrow items with Library Go.  

Suggested book titles and a calendar of events and programs can be found at 

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