Beacon Falls Public Library is offering an exciting online summer reading program for children in preschool – Grade 12.
While our librarians can suggest great books, including Nutmeg Nominees (click here!), children below high school age can read WHATEVER they would like to read!
Woodland Regional High School students have specific requirements, including required books and recommended ones. The library does have a copy of the requirements in the nonfiction room.
*Track the titles you read ONLINE.
*Print your list at the end of the summer to bring the first day of school.
*No more lost papers and trying to remember what you have read!
*Earn chances for great prizes.
Registration for all in the online program has begun!
Registration for the in-library program (complete with bag of promotional items for the first 100 who register) will begin on Friday, June 16th during library hours and continue throughout the summer.
Preschool – Grade 5 = REGISTER for the online summer reading program USING THIS LINK. Come into the library to see possible prizes on display. Earn one entry ticket for every hour read (or read to) and one entry ticket for each completed challenge in the online program.
Check our events calendar for programs that will be held throughout the summer.
Grades 6-12 = REGISTER for the online summer reading program USING THIS LINK.
Weekly gift certificate drawings for those who enter titles of finished books & one end-of-summer drawing for those who complete challenges.
All entries for end-of-summer drawings are due to the library by noon on August 18th. Winners will be notified.