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Adult Summer Reading 2022:

Read Beyond the Beaten Path

2022 Adult Summer Reading banner

Just like the last two summers, we are taking summer reading online! We will be using the same platform called BookPoints. However, if you prefer your Summer Reading a little more retro, you can participate by picking up a paper log at the Main Circulation Desk and tracking your reading and other activities there. Paper reading logs can be returned to the librarians at the Main Circulation Desk until August 19 to get them converted into points.

Families can begin registering by clicking the register button below starting at 9am on Thursday, June 23th, 2022.

The adult program is suggested for people ages 18+. Folks who fall between YA and Adult can choose to participate in either the YA or Adult program - no double dipping!

Folks participating in the Adult Summer Reading Program can earn points one of three ways:

  • 25 points: Read 1 book
  • 20 points: Earn a Secret Code by participating in a library event, doing an Adult Take and Make craft kit, checking out a book that's on display, or checking out new formats at the library (hint: DVDs, graphic novels, playaways, etc.)
  • 10 points: Complete an activity listed in Bookpoints or on the back of your paper log

Each 300 points you earn will be converted into a Virtual Drawing Ticket, up to 5 tickets max. In September, we'll draw 4 lucky winners!

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need 1 account per household or 1 per reader?

You only need to create 1 account per household. You will be able to add multiple readers to the account. Each reader will be able to select the program of their choice!

How do I add a reader?

Follow these instructions if you are having trouble entering a reader: Adding A Reader

I made a mistake entering a reader. How do I change a reader or delete a reader?

Locate the ‘HELP’ tab at the top of BookPoints. Fill out the ‘Ask a Question’ form. Your question will be sent to the librarians who will help fix any errors! Also, while you cannot delete a reader, you can always add the reader again (into the correct program) and use that reader profile instead. The librarians can delete the duplicate (erroneous reader) later.