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Summer Reading Programs Around the CSRA

Summer Reading

Summer Reading Programs Around the CSRA

Summer can be busy and full of activity, but it’s there is always time for relaxation and a good book! Libraries across the CSRA are encouraging your kiddos to keep their mind sharp over the summer by participating in their summer reading program. This year’s theme is Imagine Your Story! This year will look a lot different with libraries been closed due to COVID. But libraries have come up with a online strategy and it makes it super easy to log your reading! 

Augusta-Richmond County Library Summer Reading Program

Richmond County residents can register online and attend various programs at different libraries. 

All participants must complete and return their reading logs to their local Augusta-Richmond County Public Library System branch between June 1st-August 6th for a chance to win prizes while supplies last. All ages can participate. Kids 4 and younger will read 20 books to complete the program. Children 4-11, teens, and adults will read 20 minutes during the programming dates to receive a prize once the program has concluded.

Click Here To Register Your Child! 

Greater Clarks Hill Regional Library System

The GCHLR (Columbia County) Summer Reading Program begins June 1st through July 17th. All summer reading logs will be submitted online. All age groups can participate! Each time you read, log your time. For every 100 minutes you read, you will earn an animal badge. Collect all of the “Tails and Tales” badges to complete this challenge (1000 minutes). Receive a medal and a prize pick from our treasure chest when complete.

https://gchrl.beanstack.org/

Aiken County Library System Summer Reading

ABBE Regional Library System reading program begins June 1st! 

Please check back! Registration is not open yet…but you can sign up to get a reminder.

http://abbelibsc.readsquared.com/

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