Book Lists

Looking for good reading ideas? Want to get a jump-start on next school year? Think about finding a book from the following resources!

OverDrive eBooks are available through the Seminole County Public School library. 

Borrow free digital copies to read from the library, rather than purchasing from a bookstore or online seller. To access these eBooks, visit the district Library catalog and select the OverDrive eBooks tab or click here to select OverDrive eBooks

eBooks are downloadable by using a Student ID or Horizon Library card number.  

For questions, or to request a staff Library card number, see your school’s media center contact.

The Seminole County Public Library has grade level lists of books recommended by their librarians.

The Seminole County Public Library also has a wonderful summer reading program including story-time, and access to eBooks/videos.

•    Seminole County Public Library Branch Locations

Parents and students can apply for a Seminole County Public Library card in person, or click here to request online.

Seminole County Public School students and staff have access to a variety of digital resources. Students and staff can access these resources by logging into the SCPS ePassport portal and clicking "Library Links". 

The Sunshine State Young Readers Award nominates books, 15 Titles for grades 3-5 and 15 titles for grades 6-8, to promote reading for enjoyment to students. The Sunshine State Young Readers Award (SSYRA) program is co-sponsored by the Office of Library Media and the Florida Association for Media in Education (FAME). This reading motivation program for students in grades 3-8 is designed to nurture lifelong readers who will continue to read for information needs and personal pleasure.

The Sunshine State Young Readers Award Jr. books are for primary students and emerging readers in grades PreK - 2 . 

Florida Teens Read  "The reading list is comprised of fifteen titles that have been chosen by a committee of twelve school librarians specifically to engage high school students (grades 9 through 12) in reading and reflect their interests as well as represent a variety of genres, formats, reading levels, viewpoints, and ethnic and cultural perspectives."

Go to the Scholastic Summer Reading Project to study an author who celebrates a summer birthday.

Access the Penguin Summer Reading List, a Guide for Parents, Caregivers, Teachers, Librarians, and Booksellers

Programs

Voluntary Pre-K
KidZone
Great Start
The Foundation
FIN
ePathways