Summer reading has lauched at the Dover Town Library. From June 17th until August 27th, children and young adult are welcome to take part in this year's summer reading programs. Both programs will be done virtually this year due to Covid-19.
Rather than keep a physical paper log, children and young adults taking part in this year's reading challenges are asked to log their reads on Beanstack. Those who want to signup for the challenge can register here.
Both children and young adults share a theme for this year's reading challenge: "Imaging your Story." Kids taking part in the children's summer reading program (children younger than 10 years old) are asked to read 20 hours of reading this summer to receive a Library Champion yard sign. Participating young adults (ages 10 and up) can log their reading for a chance to win prizes like gift cards and more. Each hour of reading earns one raffle ticket, with more points being earned for completing online activities offered by the library. A list of these activities can be found here.