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Everyone! Babies, toddlers, children, teens, and adults. If your child hasn't quite started reading by themselves yet, you can still sign them up and read with them.
Once sign-ups start you can register on our special Winter Reading Challenge website and any time after. Just head to the website, create an account for yourself and your family, register for the program that's right for you, and let the fun begin! You can also sign up at your local branch.
When you sign up, you can start reading library books and logging your reading online to get points. As you get more points, you unlock digital badges, games, and activities. At 1,000 points you complete the reading log and the Friends of the Library will donate a book to the library in your honor. You get to be the first person to check the book out and can sign your name inside!
We have four programs based on age: Pre-K, Kids, Teens, and Adults. No matter which program you choose, you will log reading for points. Pre-K and Kids get stickers and toys for reaching milestones. The only other difference is the recommended reading lists and the activities available online.
Yes. If you don't yet have an email address they are free. Please visit the website Online Tech Tips on how to get a free email account.
Yes. If you are a child and you don't have a library card but someone in your family checks books out for you, you can use their card. For adults, if you don't have a card, it's easy to get one. Please visit the Library Cards page for more information.
You get points by logging your reading. On the website or app click 'log reading' or the pencil icon to log either books or pages. Library staff can log your reading for you if you need help.
It's up to you! When you log books, each book is worth 50 points. When you log pages, each page read is worth 1 point.
Yes! To figure out how many pages these types of books have look up a physical copy of the book on the library catalog to find the number of pages to log for an ebook or audiobook. Just search for the title of the book, click view details on the entry in the list with the format of the book, and the number of pages will be listed in the physical description. Library staff can assist if you need help.
Yes! Children who can't quite read on their own yet can still sign up and you can record the books that you read together.
Reading is its own reward, but we also offer prizes to make the program more fun.