The Franklin-Springboro Public Library is excited to offer its summer reading program Tuesday, May 31 - Saturday, July 23.
All children, ages 6 months - 12 years, are invited to read and earn prizes! (Those ages 11 and up may do the teen summer reading program instead if they prefer.)
It's as simple as 1, 2, 3!
1. Get started.
Stop by the library to pick up a reading log or download and print a copy of the reading log here. The logs have 50 spaces to fill in with a sticker or to color each time you read.
(Reading logs will be available for pick-up from the library around May 23.)
Even if you pick up or print your reading log early, all reading for the program should begin on or after May 31.
To complete the program, participants simply need to track the amount of time they spend reading. Reading time includes time that children read themselves and time that someone else reads to them.
Parents / guardians decide whether to consider their child a younger reader or an older reader.
For younger readers, one circle = 10 minutes of reading. Each time you read for 10 minutes, put a sticker on or mark your log. Younger readers need to read for approximately 8 hours to fill up the log sheet.
For older readers, one circle = 20 minutes of reading. Each time you read for 20 minutes, put a stick on or mark your log. Older readers need to read for approximately 16 hours to fill up the log sheet.
3. Get rewarded for reading!
Once you have filled in all 50 circles on your log sheet, come to the library to receive a prize pack and to sign up for your chance to win a grand prize.
Click here to check out fun programs being held at the library this summer.