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Lowe Summer Reading Programs: Students

Find a Book, Kentucky

Find a Book Kentucky link

Visit "Find a Book, Kentucky" to build custom summer reading lists of books before you visit the library or bookstore. "Find a Book, Kentucky" is an easy-to-use tool to help students find books to match their reading ability and interests. You can also take part in the KYReads Summer Pledge from this page 

Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge

Don't forget to log your reading minutes all summer long at the Scholastic website to help our school get into the Scholastic World Book of Records! kids can enter their summer reading minutes online, unlocking digital rewards as they complete weekly reading challenges; and access book excerpts, videos, and other summer-exclusive content.

As part of the Read-a-Palooza, kids can give books to students in need by reading.  Once all students participating in this challenge reach 25, then 50 and 100 million minutes collectively, Scholastic will donate a minimum of 200,000 books in collaboration with United Way to kids in need across the United States.

If you forgot your username and password please contact


An online reading community to help ignite a love of reading by letting students connect with Lowe friends in their grade to share their favorite books.

Lowe 2nd - 5th grade students for the 2019 - 2020 school year already have a Bookopolis account. Their username/password is the same username/password used when logging into computers at school.

  • Create virtual bookshelves of books they’ve read, are reading now, or want to read
  • Rate and review books to practice opinion writing
  • Complete book reports to practice comprehension and critical thinking
  • Track daily or weekly reading in an online reading log
  • Connect with friends to see what books they’ve read
  • Explore new book ideas and reviews from curated lists and other Bookopolis readers
  • Earn points and badges for their reading achievements

JCPS Summer Adventures

A booklet provided by Jefferson County Public Schools with listings of all the summer programs, camps, and educational opportunities available in our area that will keep our students learning over the summer!

JCPS Literacy & Programs

Louisville Free Public Library

Register online or at your nearest public library branch to join the LFPL Summer Reading program, read 10 books, and earn prizes. The program will run June 1 - August 10, 2019.  While you are there you can also register for a cultural pass to visit some awesome places around Louisville for free.

Chuck E. Cheese's

Reading reward calendar for Chuck E Cheese

​Record your reading for two weeks and return your calendar for 10 free play points or tokens as a reward. Calendar is also available in Spanish from their website.

Barnes & Noble

Barnes and Noble Bookseller website

​Record at least 8 books you have read and write your favorite part on their Summer Reading Journal and earn a free book!

Carmichael's Bookstore

Carmichael's Bookstore website

Carmichael's will be hosting Summer Book Clubs at their Bardstown Rd. location. Contact Carmichael's or click on the link above for further details about book selections and participant ages.

Books A Million

Ready any 4 books from their Summer Reading Adventure section in-stores or online and receive a free drawstring backpack. Visit the website to download the Reading Adventure Notebook. 

Raising Canes

Canes is offering a free Kids Combo to students.  To qualify:  Just read 7 books, fill out the Cane's bookmark that was sent home, and bring it back on the first day of school to be stamped by Mrs. Ryan.

Free Summer Access to Capstone Interactive

​You can keep reading even though you can't check out from your school library. Capstone is offering free access to  thousands of Capstone Interactive eBooks supported with audio recordings. Go to the Home Resources tab to access the log-in information. Students in grade 2nd to 5th should know Home Resource tab password.


Free summer acces to leveled books for beginning readers on science and social studies topics. Read along audio provided by professional voice over artists. Go to the Home Resources tab to access the log-in information. Students in grade 2nd to 5th should know Home Resource tab password.

PebbleGo Next

Designed with the grades 3 through 5 researcher in mind learning about key concepts related to Social Studies.  Read aloud audio option is also provided. Go to the Home Resources tab to access the log-in information. Students in grade 2nd to 5th should know Home Resource tab password.

Kids Bowl Free

Kids Skate Free

Half-Price Books

Half Price Books Feed Your Brain Summer Reading Program

​Download the Feed Your Brain reading log, record 300 minutes of reading onto your log, and return to any Half Price Books to claim your Bookworm Bucks.


Lowe Elementary School
210 Oxfordshire Lane, Louisville, KY 40222