Sunday, July 23 is the last day to turn in Summer Learning Logs.
Teens and adults can turn in up to 3 reading logs per week, so the more you read, the better your chances of winning. Here are a few tips to help you rack up 15 hours of reading/listening time, or 9 hours of reading/listening time if you attend 3 library programs.
5 Ways to Increase Your Chances of Winning
1. Listen to an audiobook
If you don’t already listen to audiobooks, then this is probably the easiest way to increase your reading time. Listen on your commute, while working out, doing chores, or when you’re trying to fall asleep at night.
Not sure what to read? See below for some suggestions!
Audiobooks you can listen to in 6 hours or less:
2. Download an eBook or magazine to your phone
You know all that time you
spend waste scrolling through social media feeds while at the doctor’s office, on work breaks, etc.? Why not read instead?
3. Read to the littles in your life
If you’re reading to children, you can ALL count that time on your reading logs! Yay!
4. Attend a library program
Can’t read all 15 hours? Cut down on some of those hours by attending library programs. For each log submitted, you can attend one library program in place of reading for twoHere are some of this week’s highlights:
Wednesday, July 19
Lunch & Learn: Volunteer to Build a Better Community
Thursday, July 20
5. Read Off Your Fines
July 23rd is also the last day to read off your fines. Spend as little as 15 minutes and as much as 2 hours per day reading in the library. For every 15 minutes you read, we’ll forgive $1.50 of your overdue fines.
No fines + more time for your reading logs = a win-win!