Roll up your sleeves and take part in the Puyallup Public Library's new summer reading program. This year's theme, Build a Better World, will encourage you to look at your home, your community, and the world around you.
What does it take to build a better world? Learn a language, discover a new author, try a new hobby, or create your own art. All these activities - and so many more - are a part of our teen summer reading program. You can complete activities to earn badges and prizes, all while building a better world a little bit at a time.
To complete the teen summer reading program, you must:
That's it! Once you complete the program, you'll receive a free book, a ticket to Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium OR Northwest Trek, and vouchers for free stuff from McDonalds, Auntie Anne's, and other local businesses.
To access this year's summer reading program, visit puyalluplibrary.beanstack.org. You can register yourself, as well as members of your family. If you need assistance, library staff are available to help you sign up at staff desks.
Throughout the summer, we'll be doing prize drawings for teens. This year, you don't have to worry about filling out tickets! By completing activities and earning badges, you'll automatically be entered into prize drawings throughout the summer. The more badges you earn, the more entries you'll get! So keep reading and participating all summer long for more chances to win.
Want to learn more about the teen summer reading program? Check out this presentation!