The Summer Reading Challenge is in full swing! How do you get in on the action? What should you read? Can you do it when the library’s closed? Read on to find out!
Haven’t signed up for the Summer Reading Challenge yet? You can make your own account online right now! Kids, teens, adults and even pre-readers can track their points online, then come into the library to pick up the prizes they earn along the way. Visit our website for more information and a list of prizes. Need more motivation to sign up? Summer reading challenges are great for kids because they help create a life-long love of reading for prereaders, prevent summer slide for kids and teens, and model reading for enjoyment by adults.
Have you signed up, and you’re looking for things to read? The theme of this year’s challenge is “A Universe of Stories,” so why not get inspired by books about space? Check out our booklist for adults or search our catalog for books for kids.
But you don’t need to read about space if you don’t want to. Anything counts - any books, any audiobooks, any ebooks, any magazines, any subject, any genre… anything that gets you reading! You can even check books out when the library’s closed. Try Cloud Library for ebooks and audio ebooks. Browse your favorite magazines with Flipster. Captivate your kids with animated, talking books from Tumblebooks. Get reading and enjoy the Summer Reading Challenge!
The Summer Reading Challenge ends August 1.