Summer Reading Challenge 2019
June 1 – August 3
Last chance to log your books and minutes!
Saturday, August 3 is the last day to enter your books and minutes on our Beanstack app!
Those who have completed their reading goals should enter their drawing tickets by Friday, August 9.
Adults, remember to pick up your flashlight keychain finishing prize donated by the Friends of the Orland Park Public Library by Saturday, August 3.
Youth patrons will receive a ticket to participate in the End-of-the-Summer party on Saturday, August 10 as their finishing prize.
No need for reading logs this year! Our Summer Reading Challenge will be tracked solely through Beanstack, which means you can log your books in the comfort of your own home. A badge will appear to let you know when you have earned a drawing ticket and can enter to win prizes at the library. Don’t have a device to use the Beanstack app? You can still check in with staff at any of the Reference Desks.
Kids will receive one drawing ticket for every 100 minutes they read over the summer.
Once they reach 800 minutes, they will get a packet full of goodies and a ticket to the End of the Summer Party.
Read extra minutes to get additional drawing tickets.
Kids can log their minutes starting June 17. Visit the Youth Services Desk to see available prizes.
Teens will receive one drawing ticket for reading 5 books over the summer.
They will also receive a ticket to the End of the Summer Party, and a free book. Read up to 10 extra books to get additional drawing tickets.
Teens can log their books starting June 17. Visit the Teen Desk to see available prizes.
Adults will receive one drawing ticket for reading 5 books over the summer.
Read up to 10 extra books to get additional drawing tickets. Adults who read 5 books can stop by the Adult Services Desk to get their prize.
Adults can log their books starting June 17. Visit the Adult Services Desk to see prizes.
End of the Summer Party
Saturday, Aug. 10 from 6–8:30 p.m.
You’ve read so many books this summer! Let’s celebrate!
Join us after hours for some pizza and other activities such as a Nerf Blaster Battle Royale in the Youth Department and a video game truck. Stick around until 7 p.m. to see Dave DiNaso’s Traveling World of Reptiles!
Invitations will be handed out when you’ve completed the Reading Challenge.