Idaho is a member state of the Collaborative Summer Library Program. All publicly-funded public libraries in Idaho have been included in our membership charter. If you are a community or volunteer library, tribal library, military base library, school library, or a Vista Volunteer, please contact Staci Shaw for additional information.
The CSLP website contains many resources for members. You must first register for a free account in order to access these resources. Go to www.cslpreads.org and follow the directions for setting up a username. Once your membership status has been approved you will be notified, and you can then download additional resources, order promotional materials online, and access the online manual.
The ICfL sends CSLP program manuals to member libraries in November of each year. Volunteer libraries, community libraries, and tribal libraries can contact Staci Shaw for more information. If you did not receive your program manual in November, please contact Staci Shaw.
The 2020 slogan, which relates to the theme of “folks and fairy tales,” was chosen by the CSLP state representatives, from ideas submitted by library staff nationwide.
Imagine Your Story
See resources and proprietary downloads at www.cslpreads.org. You will need to log in with your library username and password.
CSLP Rules of Use: Frequently Asked Questions
All questions or comments regarding CSLP Membership, Rules of Use, Manuals, or Product/Ordering Information, should be directed to your State Representative: Staci Shaw, Idaho Commission for Libraries email@example.com 1-800-458-3271 in Idaho 208-334-2150, ext. 151