First day to signup and start reading is Saturday, June 6th, and the first day to report on reading (online or at your local library) is Saturday, June 13th.
The last day to report books, comic books, graphic novels, or magazines you have read is Saturday, August 8th at 5:30 p.m.
The zoo party takes place on Saturday, August 15th.
The last day to pick up prizes is Saturday, September 12th.
Read and write a brief review of 5 books
for a chance to win a new iPad!
How the Summer Reading Club works:
You can join the club and begin your reading on Saturday, May 31st.
Sign-up online at www.tplonline.org or at your local Tacoma Public Library branch.
The first day to submit a review is Saturday, June 14th.
Read 5 books (or read 4 books and attend 1 program) by 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 9th to be entered into the Grand Prize Drawing for a chance to win a new iPad.
There are two ways to keep track of your books and share your reviews:
You can use this log to write a short review of each book. Bring the log with you and report your reading at the Summer Reading Reporting Station the next time you visit your local Tacoma Public Library.
You can submit your reviews online through Library’s Summer Reading website.
Each week that you submit a review online or in the library, you will be entered into a weekly drawing for fun prizes, including tickets to a Tacoma Rainiers baseball game, passes to Northwest Trek, and tickets to the Puyallup Fair.
Once you have finished reading and reviewing your first 5 books (or 4 books and 1 program), for every additional 5 books you read and review you will be entered
again into the Grand Prize Drawing for a chance to win a new iPad.
Everyone who completes the program will receive a pair of 7” Giant Googly Eyes,
two free games of bowling at Narrows Plaza Bowl, and a ticket for two to the
Summer Reading Celebration on Saturday, August 16th at Point Defiance Zoo.
The last day to report (in person or online) is Saturday, August 9th at 5:30 p.m.
The last day to pick up prizes is Saturday, August 23rd. Participant must be present to pick up prizes.
Prizes will be available while supplies last.
Books should be at your appropriate reading level. Graphic novels, magazines, audio books, and eBooks count.
Spark a Reaction is for students entering grades 6-12.