Roseville Public Library’s
Summer Reading Challenge
Oceans of Possibilities
Monday, June 17 through Friday, July 29
The Summer Reading Challenge is back again for children, teens, and adults! With the longer days, warmer weather, and plenty of hours of natural light, summer can be the perfect time to get into a good book, whether you’re a year-round reader or not! This summer, join the Summer Reading Challenge and earn some fun prizes while you’re enjoying all those great books. See below for more information about the children, teen, and adult Summer Reading Challenge.
You can register for the Online Summer Reading Log at http://rosevillelibrary.readsquared.com/
If you would prefer paper instead of using the online reading log you can pick them up at any of our service desks.
For Children (ages 0 – 11) and Teens (ages 12 – 17)
Children and teens can track their reading online at ReadSquared or can stop by the library to get a paper reading log. Points towards the completion goal can be earned with each book read, each hour read, or by completing other activities. Points earned can be used towards small prize raffle entries. Upon completion, children and teens can pick up a frozen treat bag and enter the Grand Prize Raffle.
Adults can register and track their reading on ReadSquared, or just stop by the library to get a paper reading log. Points can be earned by reading and completing reading & library related missions. Earn 1000 points to be entered into one of the grand prize drawings.
For more information on details and age-specific programs, visit the library to talk with a librarian or visit the event calendar.
A Special Thank You
We would like to acknowledge the generosity of the following local businesses and individuals who made donations of prizes and incentives to this year’s Summer Reading Challenge. Dairy Queen Detroit Wing Company Gratiot Golf Center Panera Starbucks Stay Fit Studio Tom Fentin & Peggy Gavagan