Summer Reading Challenge
Across the state of Georgia, the local libraries are ramping up to launch the Summer Reading Program. This year's theme is Tails and Tales. The libraries have full activity calendars with STEM, Story Time, Crafts, movies, and so much more to keep your brain occupied this summer. You don't need a library card to participate in most library events. If you do have a library card, your family can even take advantage of Zoo, Park, or Museum passes! The Summer Reading Program runs from June 1st to July 31st.
Tails & Tales
June 1st is the kick-off to this summer's Reading Program, Tails and Tales! Track your reading through Beansack to earn rewards at your local library! Storytime, events, and crafts will be based on this theme.
Create an account in Beanstack to log your summer reading. Remember, you can check out books through SORA too that count towards your reading log!
Summer Reading Challenge Details
Check out this video (English or Spanish) from Dekalb County librarians! A lot of the information they share in the video applies to all libraries in Georgia. Be sure to check out your local library this summer for their specific details.
- Open up a fresh browser and search for your local library. Try something like "Gwinnett County Library."
- Find their calendar of events page and look for something you would like to participate in this summer.
- Find out how you can get your own library card.
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