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How it Works:

  • Register for an account. Even if you registered for summer reading last year, you need to establish a new account for summer 2020.
  • Start reading and recording your book titles.  There will be no in-person reporting this year. Earn digital badges and record the title and author of every book you read between June 16 and August 31.  Pick up a summer reading "to go" packet that contains beads and a neck chain. We will have the packets available under the tent in front of the library. Stop by and pick one up.  Don't forget to bring one to a friend and tell them about summer reading.  Reward yourself with another bead every time you finish a book or read another 50 pages.  Call us at the library if you need more beads!  203-426-3851.
  • Young Adult Summer Reading for incoming Grades 6-12: register and start logging your reading until the end of the summer. Read whatever you want - for every book you read, you increase your chances at winning e-gift cards every week! 

Jun 05 - Sep 19

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate? 

The C.H. Booth Library Children's program is geared for ages 4 to grade 5. The YA program is for grade 6 to grade 12. 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 16th).

Continue to record the books you read through August 31st.

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by Rachel Hartman

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I didn't really enjoy this book because firstly, the book was a little too long. I don't like to read long books. Secondly, the subject matter was not enjoyable to me. And lastly, I didn't understand the book in the beginning when I first started reading it.

All the Seasons of the year
by deborah lee rose

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I like it because it tells me all the seasons.

The Giving Tree
by Shel Silverstein

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What I liked most about the book "The Giving Tree" was how that even though the tree was sad and alone she still loved the boy every time he came back to her and was willing to give him more of herself to make him happy.

Make Way For Ducklings
by Robert Mccloskey

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I liked when the police officer cleared the way for the ducklings. I think they should have named one of the ducklings Trampoline.

Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See
by Bill Martin Jr. And Eric Carle

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I thought that the teacher was thinking about eating the fish...

Ninja Red Riding Hood
by Corey Rosen Schwartz

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It was silly

Up, Down, And Around
by Katherine Ayres

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I read this book to my younger brother.

My Bike
by Byron Barton

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It would be really silly if they had an illustration of a dog driving a car.

Next Stop Second Grade
by Judy Katschke

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Made me feel better about 2nd grade!

All The Colors Of The Rainbow
by Allan Fowler

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I loved it. I liked at the end the picture of the person standing looking at the rainbow, because I've never seen a person stand in front of rain.

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