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How it Works:

  • Register for an account.
  • Log in to your account and record your reading. Come to the library and talk about what you are reading to collect your rewards.

Put Reading First!

  1. Visit the C.H. Booth 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. 
  2. Set a goal of reading 20 minutes every day. For very young children and struggling readers, that can be spread out through the day. 
  3. Make reading fun all  summer long! 
Jun 13 - Sep 03

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate? 


The C.H. Booth Library Children's program is geared for ages 4 to grade 5.  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! 

Can I count audiobooks? 
You bet!

Can I join the program after its official start date?  


Yes! You can register now but, you cannot start recording your reading until the official start date (June 13th).

Prizes will be awarded from June 24th to August 17th.

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The Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park
by Wendy Larson

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The book is about the dinosaurs that were in first Jurassic Park movie. I learned several new facts about each dinosaur that I have never heard or read anywhere else.

Drama
by Raina Telgemeier

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I like this book because it had a good message to never give up if you are passionate about something. In the book, a girl named Callie was working on a fake cannon for their school play that was coming up. She kept on trying to make it work but it just never worked. The teacher said that we can't do the cannon. But Callie wouldn't give up. She even took the cannon home to work on it until about 1:00 in the morning. Eventually, the cannon did work for the play and the crowed loved it. So Callie learned never to give up on something even though it might be hard.

Cheer Choice
by Jake Maddox

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I liked Cheer Choice because I do cheer-leading and it was very realistic. Also I liked how the two girls fixed their problem.

Epic Big Nate
by Lincoln Peirce

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It was totally the best of all time book for the big Nate series and if you like completely random comedy then this book is for you!

Ivy And Bean
by Annie Barrows

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It's interesting and fun. Bean wants to put a spell on her sister to make her happy, but something goes wrong with it.

The Trumpet Of The Swan
by Eb White

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I loved this book! it was supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! (that's how much i loved this book) my favorite part was when Louis met Sam Beaver.

Dog Man And Cat Kid
by Dav Pilkey Dog Man Books

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Pedey got a remote that made stuff good and evil. Then Pedey made an evil army of hot dogs. Then Purse lady, chief man, dog man, cat kid, supa fang defeated the army. Then Pedey made a giant taco evil. 80-HD is a robot that defeated an evil giant taco

Dick And Jane Books
by Grosset And Dunlap Books

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i liked it. it was a new one.

Chick N Pug
by Jennifer Sattler

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Very funny

Field Hockey Firsts
by Jake Maddox

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Good book! I learned things I didn't know about field hockey!
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