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Overdrive

Overdrive

Download E-books and audio-books anytime, anywhere, all summer long!

Use your regular student login credentials to access your account.  Visit the Help section for more information!

 

Bluebonnet Books

Texas Bluebonnet Reading List

Click here to view the new 2016-2017 Bluebonnet Nominees.  Get a head start and begin reading now!

Summer Reading Goals

 

Summer Reading Incentives

Check out the cool summer reading freebies!

Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge: Log your minutes to help us reach a Rutledge goal of 250,000 minutes.  Can we do it?  I believe we can!  Last year we logged 196,734 minutes.  Let's synergize to break our record!! 

Raz-Kids:  This summer, Rutledge has 3 months of free access to an online library of leveled e-books to give more options for reading practice this summer!

Leander ISD Summer Learning Fun: Here are some ideas to keep kids thinking during the summer months. Engage in a few activities, or all of them! This should be enjoyable for your child and you!

Austin Public Library:  The 2015 Summer Reading Program for youth, takes place June through August. Set a reading goal, track your progress on this reading log, and choose a free book (or two)  to keep forever! 

Cedar Park Public Library:  Kids, teens, and yes even adults can participate in the "Every Hero Has a Story" summer reading program starting on June 8th.  For more information, click on the link!  

Leander Public Library:  Click the link to find out more information about the "Wish Upon A Star" Summer Reading Program filled with performers, movies, and dangerous clubs for girls and boys!

Barnes & Noble:  Participate in the Summer Reading Triathalon!  Students get to pick a free book after completing 3 of the 4 challenge questions.  Want more info? Click on the link!

Half Price Books:   Join Half Price books in the "Feed your Brain Summer Reading" program.  Students 14 and under set goals to read at least 15 minutes per day.  Have your parents sign your reading log at the end of each week. Once you've read 300 minutes, turn in your reading log to receive HPB $5 Bookworm Bucks!  Want more info? Click on the link!

HEBuddy: HEBuddy is asking students to read 10 books & get parent initials.  Send your reading log in & wait for a surprise!  

Pizza Hut BOOK IT Reading Challenge:  Register and have fun reading with cool activities, exciting games, and the chance to earn prizes!

Chuck E. Cheese: Set a reading goal for 2 weeks. You get 10 free tokens once you’ve completed the reading log.

 

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