How it Works:

  • Register for an account.
  • Log into your account, record your reading, and explore other ways to earn points.
  • Make sure to contact the Youth Services Department to arrange the pick-up of your free book if registering for the Early Literacy, Children's, or Teen programs.
  • Play educational games, complete fun activities, and earn badges! New content will be released each week.
  • Have fun reading with us this summer!

Fun for the whole family:

  • Sign up the whole family for the summer reading program. No child is too young for the program and no adult is too old!
  • Set your own goals for the summer. Not sure where to start? Twenty minutes is a good standard for all ages. For very young children and struggling readers, that can be spread out throughout the day.
  • Use the online games and track your reading to unlock cool new game levels, activities, and more!
  • Make reading fun all summer long!

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate?

Babies, toddlers, preschoolers, children, teens, adults - everyone! Children too young to read by themselves are welcome to participate by having a parent or caregiver sign them up and read to them.

Can I count books that I read on my computer or e-reader?

Of course! It's all the same to us.

Can I count the time that I spent reading to my kids?

For sure! We love when you read to your kids!

Can I count audiobooks?

You bet!

Can I count the time that I spend reading a book even if I don't finish it?

Absolutely! Ten minutes is ten minutes.

Can I join the program after its official start date?

Definitely! And if you can remember any reading that you've done after the official start date, you're welcome to go back and count that. 

Can I count reading that I've done before the official start date?

Actually, we do ask that you count only the reading you've done within the official dates of the program. But that still gives you plenty of time to join in the fun!


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Hot Pot
by Cynthia Amoroso

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This book is about a hot pot. I like this book because I like to cook too.

Angelina's Sleepover
by Katharine Holabird

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Such a fun story about having a sleepover.

Caring With Bert And Ernie
by Marie-Therese Miller

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A colorful book with excellent illustrations of characters and friends, annotated with important lessons of ways to express empathy for one another.

by Cynthia Amoroso and Bob Noyed

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This book is about dreams. I like this book because I have dreams.

One Lonely Seahorse
by Saxton Freymann

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We loved the vegetable art in the book.

Set Boundaries, Find Peace
by Nedra Glover Tawwab

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Informative learning to be okay with setting boundaries in all relationships in our life (spouse, family, friends even our children)

We Will Rock Our Classmates
by Ryan Higgins

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We love the comedy in this book.

The Comfort Book
by Matt Haig

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After reading some of Matt Haig's other books, I wanted to read more of his books. I found this one thought-provoking and direct. He wrote about his struggles with depression, suicidal thoughts, panic attacks, and feelings of not being enough. Haig also shared how he made it through his trials. He wrote about books, authors, composers, films, overcomers, and poets who inspired him. I liked the book very much, but the F word apears on the pages often.

Karen's School Picture (baby-sitters Little Sister #5)
by Ann M. Martin

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It was a good plot

A Bar In Toledo
by Dominic Vaiana

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Intriguing and compelling!