2023 SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Coming Soon! Visit our online calendar for program descriptions and to register online. Feel free to call the Library to register if you prefer. 717-653-1510
The countywide Public Library Summer Reading Program is open to children and teens of all ages. Program components include 4 reading levels: Read Aloud (birth-4 years), Elementary (ages 5-9), Tween (ages 10-12) and the Teen level (ages 13-19).
Read Aloud Log for ages 4 & younger: Do activities & read aloud books to your child. Earn prizes!
Junior Level Reading Log for Ages 5-9: Read and do activities…earn prizes!
Tween Level Reading Log for ages 10-12: Read for time. Earn prizes!
Teen Level Reading Log for ages 13-19: Read for time & earn prizes!
Lace up your sneakers, grab your water bottle, and Get Outdoors (GO!) in Lancaster County as part of your Summer Reading adventures!
Get Outdoors (GO), offered by WellSpan Health in partnership with the public libraries in Lancaster County, is designed to exercise both the body and the mind, as it encourages families to get outside doing activities together and checking out library books. The summer program promotes reading and physical activity through the hobby of letterboxing, in which families follow written clues to locate wooden marker posts that have been hidden in parks across Lancaster County.
Ask us how you can Dive Deep with GO Lancaster the next time you visit the library!
Beanstack is The Library’s web-based Summer Reading Program software. It allows you to track your reading minutes and activities and earn prizes! When you sign up, you are required to enter your main library. This is very important, as when you pick p your prizes at the end of Summer Reading, the Library you enter is where your prizes will be waiting.
For help registering for Beanstack click on the following links:
– Directions on how to register for Beanstack online
– Directions on how to register using the Beanstack mobile app
Click here for Recommended Summer Reads for All Age Groups!
CLICK HERE to FIND OUT WHY SUMMER READING IS IMPORTANT