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Adventure Begins At Your Library: 2024 Summer Reading Challenge

Motivate your reader this Summer with E.G. Fisher Public Library’s Summer Reading Challenge! The Summer Reading Challenge is for everyone of all ages! The more books you read the prizes you could win!

 

Register at http://fisherlibrary.readsquared.com or download the READsquared app through your app store.

  • Register as an individual or as a family using ReadSquared. You can find us under E.G. Fisher Library.

Choose your reading challenge program:

Listeners

For kids/adults who are read to

Log the number of books read.

Prize Wheel

Readers by Books

For kids who can read or take an active role during reading (Recommended to kids reading board books, level readers, and picture books.)

Log the number of books read.

Prize Wheel

Readers by Pages

For kids who can read or take an active role during reading (Recommended to kids reading chapter books/+/= 200 pages)

Log every pages read.

Prize Wheel

Teens

For readers ages 12 – 18.

Log every 100 pages read.

Weekly Raffle Drawing

Adults

For adult readers 18+.

Log the number of books read.

Weekly Raffle Drawing

Important Dates:

Logging books starts on May 30th.

First day to collect a prize is June 3rd.

July 15th is the last day to log books and spin the prize wheel. Be aware there is a daily logging limit.

Prizes won must be collected by July 31st.

Prize Milestones

Listeners – by 10 until 200; by 20 until 300; by 25 until 600

Readers by Books – by 10 until 300; by 20 until 600

Readers by Pages – by 50 until 400; by 100 until 1000; by 200 until 3000; by 300 until 8400; by 400 until 12000; by 500 until 15000

Teens – For every 100 pages read, teens get an entry into a weekly prize drawing. We will call to notify winner.

Adults – For every book read, adults get an entry into a weekly prize drawing. We will call to notify winner.

FAQ

Frequently Asked

Do I have to have a library card to sign up for the reading challenge?

No. It is not required to have a library card to particpiate in library programs, including the summer reading challenge. 

Do the books I read have to come from the library?

No. For EGFPL’s Summer Reading Challenge, you can read ANY book you like, and it can be from anywhere (ie . house, church, daycare, school, library, etc.) Audiobooks also count for the challenge!

If my kid doesn't want the prize won from spinning the wheel, is there a substitute?

Yes! If your kid spins and wins a prize they don’t want, they can select a book off the book cart.

Does my kid have to participate in the reading challenge to join a library summer event?

No. You’re child can participate in the library summer events without registering for the reading challenge and vice versa. We invite you to join both the summer reading program and the variety of library events as they are free and fun!

Is the Summer Reading Challenge for adults too?

Yes! Our Summer Reading Challenge is for everyone! The more books you read, the more points you earn to be turned in to the a weekly drawing.

I already have a Readsquared acount, do I need to create a new one for the Summer Reading Challenge?

No, although you would want to make sure yours and family’s info is all up to date. Starting May 30th, you will be able to particpate and log your reading. Don’t forget to enroll in this years reading program choices depending on your age and reading level.

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