FREE Summer Reading Resources

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Several great opportunities are available during the summer for Bartow County students.  These are suggestions, programs, and opportunities to get our students reading and to combat the "summer slide" that often occurs.
More resources from the Get Georgia Reading initiative can be found HERE!
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During the summer months, myON makes its digital library of more than 10,000 books for children and youth available to Georgians for free through August 31, 2018.

Getting Started is Quick and Easy! 

  1. Go to and click the myON Login button.
  2. Enter the following login information:
    • School Name: Get Georgia Reading (Type the first few letters and select from the drop-down menu.)
    • Username: bartowcounty
    • Password: read
  3. Click on the Sign In button, select a book and start reading!

Watch this short video with your students for tips on finding great books in myON.

Instructions on book search are HERE.

Access to each of these is available now through August 1, 2018.

PebbleGo: This K-2 database is specifically designed to teach growing learners technology and literacy skills early in their school career. It’s also great for preschoolers.



PebbleGo Next: This is the next step in research, providing students in grades 3-5 with more content and tools to meet their curriculum needs.                   



Capstone Interactive eBooks: Over 5,000 titles will capture the imagination and curiosity of any reader.


TumbleBooks is free through our school accounts.  Click HERE to access this online book site!  If you are asked for a Galileo password, it is breeze.
Every summer Bartow County Library System conducts a Summer Reading program at each of its branches throughout the county.  There are activities at each branch throughout the summer for children of all ages!  More information about the opportunities available can be found HERE!  Remember... library cards are FREE!
Teachers, media specialists and students have created grade specific reading lists for our students.  These are suggestions only and not required at all.  The goal is to provide great options for students to read that are age and level appropriate.  Click HERE for more information and the lists!

The Bartow Literacy Council's mission is to foster a love of reading in parents and children.  They provide age-appropriate books mailed directly to the homes of children 0-5 years of age and encourage families to read together.  Click HERE for more information on the Bartow Literacy Council.