Summer Reading for Adults
2021 Summer Reading Challenge • June 1, 2021 — July 31, 2021
School is out, summer is here and DeKalb County Public Library is open! It's very important that everybody: babies, children, teens, and adults read and do literacy activities all summer long to keep the brain in shape. So let's get ready to read and do literacy activities by participating in DeKalb County Public Library's Summer Reading Challenge, Tails and Tales!
How Summer Reading Works:
Patrons of all ages can participate in the Summer Reading Challenge.
Register here in Beanstack beginning May 24, 2021 or download the app for Android or Apple.
We will have a variety of programs, virtual storytimes, and fun activities during the summer for all ages!
Everyone who completes their age-level challenge (Young Children, School Age, Teens) will receive a free book and will be entered into a raffle for great prizes, including but not limited to games, puzzles, gift cards, Amazon Kindles and more!
Fine-Free Summer for kids and teens (June 1-August 31, 2021). No library overdue fines on Juvenile and Young Adult materials.
Badges are earned by doing the following challenges:
2021 Adult Summer Reading Challenge • Ages 18 and up
Earn badges by completing at least one library scavenger hunt activity.
All reading and activities must be logged by July, 2021.
Challenges For All Age Groups:
Sponsors and Partners
Thank you to our generous sponsors and partners. We could not host the Summer Reading Challenge without you! This year, welcome aboard, Brave and Kind Books, Lifeline Animal Project, and Panola Mountain State Park.
The Summer Reading Program is supported in whole or in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, as administered by Georgia Public Library Service.
The Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) art/graphics are copyrighted by Upstart for exclusive use by CSLP members and are used by permission. Copying or reproducing these CSLP art/graphics in any way by non-CSLP members is prohibited.