Thursday, June 11, 2015

Altadena Library :: California Summer Reading Challenge : :

California Summer Reading Challenge

Public library summer reading programs build communities of readers and library users and help prevent summer learning loss. In 2014, over 700,000 Californians signed up for summer reading and over 1.3 million took part in summer reading activities.

The California Summer Reading Challenge provides libraries with resources to create innovative summer reading programs that keep California children, teens, and adults reading all summer long.

Help us meet our goal of #onemillionreaders in 2015!

kicks off its annual 2015 Summer Reading Program!
Read To The Rhythm !

Adults, teens, and children. There's something for everyone this summer!  Click here for a printable version of our 2015 Summer Reading Program Booklet.

 Children age 12 and
 Read books or have books read to you.
 Come to the library, attend a special event for a chance to win additional prizes.
*30 pages or 15 minutes = 1 children’s picture book or easy reader
100 pages or 1 hour = 1 children’s chapter book
200 pages or 2 hours = 1 teen book

 Open to teens entering grades 7-12
 Read books of your choice! Yes, manga and comics count!
 Join 5 book challenge earn a free book and be automatically entered into grand prize raffle!
 Win prizes by completing different weekly challenges and attending programs
 The last day to complete the 5 book challenge is July 29th

 All adults aged 18 and over are invited to participate
 Complete reading logs by July 31, 2015 - be entered  for a chance to win this year’s grand prize: a NOOK eReader!
 Sleeveface/ #Bookface
photo contest: Take a picture of yourself with a record sleeve or book cover obscuring or augmenting any part of your body, creating an illusion. There will be a special prize awarded at the finale to each of the participants with the best bookface and sleeveface photographs submitted. Submissions will be accepted at the main Reference Desk in person or by email to until 5 p.m., July 31, 2015.

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