Summer reading will look a little different this year. Adults are encouraged to read 6 or more books. You can also watch movies, listen to audiobooks or music, or read magazines. You can also take advantage of the wide variety of digital books, audios, movies, magazines, newspapers, and more available for download. Summer reading logs can either be submitted on paper or online.
Join us this summer for book discussions, games, trivia, and crafts. Supplies are available for Bingo, Word Search, and Yahtzee. Call the library and we will have a packet ready for you to pick up.
If you have any questions, please call the library. We are happy to help. We look forward to seeing you virtually this summer. Sign up for programs here.
Young Adult Program
This year the young adults are being encouraged to just pick up something to read. This means literally anything you can pick up to read like magazines, newspapers, books, anything. Audiobooks also count as reading. Any amount of reading and/or participation in programs will be rewarded at the time when patrons are allowed back into the library. Log your reading online by filling out the form at the bottom of this page.
We encourage any teens to keep an eye on the library’s Facebook or website, and join the Young Adult Discord Server. This server will be used for some programming(such as Anime Club) and keeping you guys up to date on YA happenings. My (Sabrina’s) hope will be that the server can help build a community and keep everyone in touch during this difficult time. Sign up for programs or the discord server here.
Parents, this years summer reading theme is Imagine Your Story. This years summer reading program for children is going to be quite different. You will have sign up for programs either by calling the library or by clicking here.
This year, you can log your child’s reading by filling out the form at the bottom of this page, or you can call and ask for a paper form to fill out and turn in. There is no limit or minimum to how much reading you can turn in. Incentives for your child turning in reading will be awarded at the end of the summer or when patrons are allowed back into the library.
Parents we encourage you to keep an eye on the library’s Facebook page and website to help keep you up to date on library events and changes.
Paper reading logs are available for all ages. Please call the library at 620-421-5920 for instructions on how to get one.