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Welcome to the
Bridgman Public Library
Summer Reading Program:
a reading challenge & enrichment activities
June 7-August 14, 2021
Tales & Tails Summer Reading Program
for age 2 through 12th Grade
Reading Challenge & Enrichment Activities
Read as much as you can each week from books or e-books checked out at the Bridgman Public Library between June 7 and August 14, 2021. Audiobooks count, too! Younger participants can count the time others read to them.
Track the the number of minutes that you read using Wandoo Reader, a mobile-friendly website. Every 60 minutes logged earns one entry into the grand prize drawing in August.
If you have used Wandoo Reader before, please reuse your login. The library can help you reset your password. Paper logs are available upon request.
NOTE: Parents can link family accounts by clicking the "Enter Family Management Portal" button. This allows you to add, register, and manage your whole family's accounts in one place.
Each child will need an account, but you can easily log in to each account without entering each username and password again. The last day to submit reading time is August 14.
PRIZES Every two weeks, a new incentive will be available to participants who continue to log their reading. Preview the incentives on the library website or our display case.
Attend and Create with our in-person programs and take & make projects listed in this brochure. Some are for teens ages 12-18 while others are for children 2-11. Certain activities require separate registration. Online registration will be available on the library website.
Plan to follow current Michigan masking requirements in the library or at library events. Check the library website for updates.
Adults have a reading program, too! Click for details.
Ask Eden Morris, Youth Services Librarian, at 269-465-3663 or email@example.com
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