How it Works:

  • Register for an account.
  • Log in to your account, record your reading, and explore other ways to earn points. 
  • Play educational games, watch educational videos, and win prizes!
  • For more details, click on the tab for your club. 

Put reading first,
with 20 minutes a day spent reading or being read to this summer:

  1. Sign up the whole family for the winter reading program offered by your local public library or school. (sign up to track your reading online).
  2. Visit your local library again and again this summer. Ask your librarian for suggestions of great books to read yourself or to your young child. Once you register you will also have access to exciting, age appropriate reading lists made available by our librarians. 
  3. Set a goal of reading 20 minutes every day. For very young children and struggling readers, that can be spread out through the day. Use the online games and track your reading to unlock cool new game levels, activities and more!
  4. Make reading fun all winter long! 

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate?
Babies, toddlers, preschoolers, children, teens, adults — everyone!  Children too young to read by themselves are welcome to participate by having a parent or caretaker sign them up and read to them.

Can I count books that I read on my computer or e-reader?
Of course! It’s all the same to us.

Can I count time that I spend reading to my kids?
For sure! We love when you read to your kids!

Can I count audiobooks?
You bet!

Can I count the time that I spend reading a book even if I don’t finish it?
Absolutely! Ten minutes is ten minutes.

Can I join the program after its official start date?
You bet! And if you can remember any reading that you’ve done after the official start date, you’re welcome to go back and count that.

Can I count reading that I’ve done before the official start date?
Actually, we do ask that you count only reading you’ve done within the official dates of the program.

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by Darren Shan





It got me mad and sad how B lives this wear life he has to deal with his dad and how he will be able to fight for his life and the people that are with him. This is the book for survival

Lord Of The Rings 50th Anniversary Edition
by J.r.r Tolkien





Read it 3 times over the summer and have counter them all in this, though, i'm going to need to do it over a while

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by kate feiffer





I thought it was a wonderful book with many twists and turns and i loved how Lucy was interested in a way a person wrote.

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by Robert Kirkman





Liked it

Hatchet
by Gary Paulsen





Love it

Rules
by Cynthia Lord





I liked how Catherine's little brother, David didn't know much about the rules of life but understood what people are feeling.

Hatchet
by Gary Paulsen





This was a good book It's sad how Brian got into a plane crash and how he is suppose to survive in the wilderness. He gets hurt by a moose and is put thru a tornado. And finally at the end of he's journey he get rescued and taken home

Giver
by Lois Lowry





I thought that this was one of the best books that I've ever read! I liked how Jonas was one of the only people in the community that could see colors or have feeling. I liked how Jonas sacrificed his life for Gabriel after he found out what happened to someone when they were relesed.

The Exile
by Diana Gabaldon,Hoang Nguyen





It was a wonderful book how there was a disagreement between two people and how Jamie found true love with a mysterious woman.


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