Library Media Center

  • PLES Library

    All students are encouraged to have a good book to read at all times. Toward that goal, students are offered many opportunities to check out books from our Library Media Center. 


    For more information please contact Mrs. Alwais 


  • PLES Summer Reading



    PLES Summer Reading

    Summer Reading Document

    Summer Reading Doc - Spanish

    101 Places to Read

     PLES Summer Reading 

    1) Keep track of your reading/activities (see separate sheet). At the beginning of next school year bring it to the library to collect your prize!

     2) Prizes:  


    Group A- Complete 15 total hours/activities

    Group B - Complete 10 total hours/activities

    Group C - Complete 5 total hours/activities 

    1st Grade

    Group A- Complete 17 total hours/activities

    Group B - Complete 12 total hours/activities

    Group C - Complete 7 total hours/activities

    2nd Grade

    Group A- Complete 20 total hours/activities

    Group B - Complete 15 total hours/activities

    Group C - Complete 10 total hours/activities

    3rd Grade

    Group A- Complete 25 total hours/activities

    Group B - Complete  23 total hours/activities

    Group C - Complete 12 total hours/activities

    4th Grade

    Group A- Complete 30 total hours/activities

    Group B - Complete  25 total hours/activities

    Group C - Complete 15 total hours/activities

    SORA  - Once on the site, search for Lewis-Palmer (there is no school code to enter) then use your first.last name and “A” password. There are lots of great books here and you can even link it to your PPLD library card. 

    PPLD Summer Reading Program + lots more on their website

    From their website:

    PPLD’s Summer Adventure presented by Children’s Hospital Colorado is starting June 1! We have one game for ages 0-18. Participants will complete an activity (either Read, Imagine, or Move) any day in June and July to earn points. After earning 1500 points, participants will be entered into a drawing for a grand prize. Even though the program begins registration on June 1, participants will be able to obtain game cards starting next week. Game cards in both English and Spanish may be downloaded and printed at or may be picked up at PPLD libraries. Information about our curbside services at Library locations can be found at

    Besides Summer Adventure, PPLD will also offer weekly virtual programs this summer that can be viewed at Another good resource is our Kids at Home webpage that gathers many virtual and screen-free ideas for kids this summer

    Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program 


    PLES Library Online

    SORA - get App from App store or use browser Can also view thru Destiny. These are ebooks and Audiobooks purchased by our district libraries.

    Video tutorial 


    PPLD - use card # and PIN online. Can link to Sora. Option to get a library card online. Good for 90 days. After that will need to validate account by going to a branch. They may extend this if necessary. 

    Tumblebooks - can access from PPLD Kid's page 

    Unite for Literacy

    Project Guttenberg

    Librivox - audiobooks - Has many free ebooks, but the selection rotates frequently. Can use with a computer, but need to get the Kindle app. Type "Kindle for PC" into the Amazon search bar.



    Britannica      ples / learn

    PebbleGo        ples / ples

    Miss the LEGO wall? Head to Look for the blue bar near the top of the page and hover over SERVICES. When the drop-down menu for SERVICES appears find PPLD KIDS and click on it. Find the GAMES circle and click on it. Scroll down until you see the LEGO circle then click on it.  Have fun!

    Want to work a jigsaw puzzle but don't have one?

    Need Pigeon, Elephant, and Piggie? Lunchdoodles with Mo Willems


    *Parents are responsible for monitoring the books their child selects and downloads.