Here Are Some Summer Reading Guidelines:

Registration begins May 30, 2022. Sign up here or at your local library branch!

The FIRST day to start logging minutes is May 30th

Reward pickup begins on June 6th

Summer Reading concludes July 30th

It is important that you read on your reading level

If tracking with a paper log please use the same log throughout the entire Summer Reading Program

Picture Book Readers: 20 minutes per day, six days a week, or two hours per week. Adults may read to their children to complete the minutes. When the minutes have been read, log the minutes for the current week here! Use six days per week. 

Chapter Book Readers: 30 minutes per day, six days a week, or three hours perweek. When the minutes have been read, log the minutes for the current week here! Use six days per week.


Bring your log (paper or virtual) to the Library once per week to be stamped and to receive a reading reward





HERE ARE A FEW GUIDELINES:


Registration begins May 30, 2022. Sign up here or at your local library branch!

The FIRST day to start logging minutes is May 30th

Reward pickup begins on June 6th

Summer Reading concludes July 30th

It is important that you read on your reading level

If tracking with a paper log please use the same log throughout the entire Summer Reading Program


READ: 30 minutes per day, six days a week, or three hours per week. When the minutes have been read, log your minutes here, or fill in the space on the corresponding day with your paper log (paper logs can be picked up at your local branch library). Use six days per week.

 

Visit the library once a week with your log (paper or virtual) to receive a reading reward*.
* Teens will have the chance to earn two extra entries into the Grand Prize drawing for the Nintendo Switch by trading a weekly prize for an extra entry. This can be done ONLY twice. BE AWARE ANY EXTRA ENTRIES INTO THE DRAWING ARE ONLY VALID IF YOU COMPLETE ALL EIGHT WEEKS OF THE SUMMER READING PROGRAM!




HERE ARE A FEW GUIDELINES:

Registration begins May 30th. Register here, right now or at your local branch library!

Start logging minutes May 30th. Summer Reading ends July 30th  

Read a total of
three hours every week for eight weeks this summer! Audiobooks count as reading.

After reading log minutes spent reading here, or one space on your reading log (picked up at your local branch library).

  

Prizes will be distributed beginning June 6th. Check with your local branch for details on how to earn prizes.


How does 1000 Books work?

·   Register Online Here – Parents you can create an account first to easily monitor your children's activity.

·   Track Your Reading – Log every book you read with your child here

·   Keep Reading! – Prepare your child for kindergarten by reaching 1,000 books before they enter kindergarten.


Put reading first, with 20 minutes a day spent reading to your children. 
Make it fun and exciting. Be imaginative.

If you read just 1 book a day, you will have read about 365 books in a year. That is 730 books in two years, and 1,095 books in just three years!

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