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Unmask: Teen Summer Reading


Welcome to the teen summer reading program! 
Teens (ages 12 - 19) can register starting Monday, June 1st.  Sign up online using our Summer Reading program, or by visiting the Library.  Summer Reading runs from June 15th to August 15th. 

Click here to get started!

                         Reading and Prizes!

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  • Count every hour you spend reading this summer (including comics, magazines, audiobooks, and websites) for a chance to win prizes!  For each hour spent reading, you earn Prize Drawing tickets that can be used to enter weekly drawings at the Library, starting June 15th.
  • When you read 15 hours, you'll earn a ticket to a Tacoma Rainiers game for Puyallup Public Library Night on August 26th.
  • Read 20 hours and receive a free book.
  • Teens who read 30+ hours become eligible to spend a night in the library!

  • And, of course, there are tons of great programs happening throughout the summer.

Click here to see a list of our prize drawing boxes

Have more questions?  Check out this presentation on the Teen Summer Reading Program.


Programs and Stuff to Do!

Unmask libraryCheck out all the ways that you can spend the summer at the Library!  From anime marathons to laser tag, writing sessions to comic book trivia, there are lots of free programs just for teens at the Library.

Click here for a schedule of teen programs

Have questions?  Email and get them answered!

Book Talks & Trailers

Librarian Approved ReadingDid our Young Adult Librarian speak at your school?  If you saw a book trailer or head a book talk and you can't remember the title, check this list:

Click here for a list of 2015 book talks


All of our summer programs are generously sponsored by the Friends of the Puyallup Public Library, as well as Applebee's, Auntie Anne's Pretzels, Bob's Burgers, Elements Frozen Yogurt, Jersey Mike's Subs, the Korum Automotive Group, McDonald's Restaurants, Northwest Trek & Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, Round Table Pizza, the Tacoma Rainiers, and the Western Washington State Fair.

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