Summer Reading Program

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Date/Time: June 15, 2022 - August 24, 2022 - 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Cannon Beach Library 2022 Summer Reading Program: “Read Beyond the Beaten Path”

Begins June 15 

Read, collect badges, and win prizes!

Register online HERE

Stop by the library beginning June 15 to pick up your Summer Reading Bag and FREE BOOK.

Free library cards are available for all students.

How to Participate: (Pre-K through Young Adult)

Step 1: Register for Summer Reading online or at the library, then pick up your bag and free book beginning June 15

Step 2: Use your logbook to keep track of everyday you read (you choose how much and what to read – anything counts – books, eBooks, audiobooks, magazines)

Step 3: For every 7 days you read, come into the library to pick up a Badge and a PRIZE

Step 4: Stick the Badge on your trail map

Step 5: Attend events and complete scavenger hunt activities to earn Bonus Badges

Step 6: At the end of Summer Reading, trade your badges in for tickets for the GRAND PRIZE DRAWING

Final (and most important) Step: Read, explore, and have fun

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