Every hero has a story and this summer you get to tell it.

When you register & use the SRPO HQ interface for Summer Reading online, you will:

  • get to keep track, online, of your minutes read;
  • get badges that will level up your super hero identity. The more you read, and log the minutes, the more powerful your hero becomes;
  • also unlock special skills and hero enhancements by attending library events or interacting with the library on social media (facebook, twitter & instagram).

Contact one of our ASK Agents if you have questions!

So Hero, are you up to the challenge?  Register for Summer Reading
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It's almost time to launch our big summer event. Are you excited? We sure are! To get everyone involved, each hometown library will be hosting their own annual kick-off events. We don't want you to miss the fun, so we've provided the dates and times of each library's big event, as well as information about the special activities. We hope to see all of your smiling faces.

Blanchard - Tues., May 26th from 10:00am to 7:00pm

The Blanchard Library is celebrating its fifth year of summer events in the "new" library building. Stop by to sign the Library's birthday card and get a treat! Children, teens, and adults may also sign up for the Summer Reading Program and discover all of the fun events planned for June and July. Children may select a paper or online reading log to track their summer reading. Teens and Adults may track their reading online. Let's make this the best summer yet!

McLoud - Weds., June 3rd from 10:00am to 1:00pm

Ages 9 to 18 are invited to join the "fishing clinic" and learn to tie knots, cast and fish identification...the basics of fishing! Registration and waivers are required, and space is limited. Fishing poles and lunch are provided.

Moore - Sat., May 30th from 10:00am to 12:00pm

Start the summer with our annual Summer Reading Kickoff. Everyone will gather at the Moore City Hall at 10am and parade to the library where other fun filled festivities will begin.

Read more: Summer Reading Kick Off at Pioneer Library System

Featured Reviews from our SRP Heroes

Good News Bad News coverTitle: Good News Bad News
Author: Jeff Mack
Notes: Picture Book.

Review: There was a mouse and a rabbit.  The rabbit kept on saying whenever there was good news he said good news but the mouse said bad news.


Amazing spider-man coverTitle: The amazing Spider-Man (2014-), vol. 02 : spider-verse prelude 
Author: Dan Slott
Series: Amazing Spider-Man 

Notes: Comic Book

Review: Since this is just the prelude to the "spider-verse" story arc, you will be left at a cliff hanger that will haunt you. I have yet to find the rest of the story arc but please do not let that stop you from reading this volume. Because it includes the last issues of superior spider-man that I am sure any fan would not want to miss out on. 

Faceless Killers Book Jacket CoverTitle: Faceless Killers: A Mystery
Author: Henning Mankell
Series: Kurt Wallander Mysteries #1
Notes: Adult Audience. Translated from Swedish

Review: We are first introduced to Kurt Wallander, the Swedish detective in small town Ystad, in The Faceless Killers when an elderly couple is savagely beaten in killed in their farmhouse. In true Scandinavian fashion, we not only see the Wallander methodically piece together the clues but also get a glimpse into his not-great personal life, with a divorce looming, a free-spirited daughter, and an elderly father on the brink of senility. Mankell seamlessly weaves together the two narratives.





Meet some of our Heroes

Hero Name: Booker
Secret Identity: James Royce
Powers & Abilities: Active after sundown. Able to return lost items & people to their proper places. Enhanced speed, vision & silent movement.

Special Notes:
Was an anthropologist. Discovered, while investigating Chichén Itzá, a mystical artifact which gave him super powers.


Hero Name: Loan Ranger
Secret Identity: Becky Jackson
Powers & Abilities: Not bound by the physical realm, she uses her keen observation powers to provide resources to those in need.

Special Notes:
Always the thrill seeker, she backpacked through Russia during the mid-1980s. Experienced excessive exposure to Chernobyl Disaster.

Read more: Hero Spotlight

Super Tasty Reads

“You don't have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces - just good food from fresh ingredients.” ― Julia Child

Try some new recipes and explore the art of cooking this summer with these titles for children, teens, and adults.

A superhero cookbook: simple recipes for kids by Sarah L. Schuette
Instructions and step-by-step photos for making a variety of simple snacks and drinks with a superhero theme.

Mud pies and other recipes by Marjorie Winslow; illustrated by Erik Blegvad
Playful recipes for such dishes as "Wood Chip Dip," "Seesaw Salad," "Roast Rocks," and "Pencil Sharpener Pudding," to be prepared for and enjoyed by dolls.

National Geographic Kids Cookbook by Barton Seaver
Learn how to cook as a family with fascinating sidebars, profiles on real people, and cool facts along the way. (ebook)

Teen cuisine by Matthew Locricchio; photography by James Peterson
A collection of movie themed recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner,snacks, and sessert with step-by-step instructions.

Eat fresh food: awesome recipes for teen chefs by Rozanne Gold; photographs by Phil Mansfield
A collection of recipes for teens with a focus on fresh, natural, and unprocessed vegetables and fruits.

Read more: Super Tasty Reads