The Summer Reading Program is made possible through the generous support of the Friends of the Ridgefield Park Public Library.
Teen Summer Reading Program
For those entering grades seven through twelve.
Begin logging books on Wednesday, June 21.
Welcome! Our summer reading program has two parts. The first part lets you keep track of what you are reading to collect raffle tickets towards our grand prizes. The second, optional part lets you take part in our reading challenge to win additional raffle tickets for our grand prizes.
Part 1: Just Read!
1 book= 1 raffle ticket
For every one (1) book, manga, or graphic novel that you read or one (1) audiobook that you listen to and log your reading log, you will receive one (1) raffle ticket.
Part 2: The Reading Challenge
Enter the reading challenge for a chance to earn extra tickets! For every two (2) books you read during the reading challenge, you will receive one (1) bonus ticket. If you complete all ten books on the challenge list, you will receive three (3) additional bonus tickets! Make sure you keep track! You can download the challenge list here. Please return your challenge log to the library to receive your bonus tickets!
You said something about prizes?
You will receive your first raffle ticket just by signing up for the summer reading program. You can earn raffle tickets by logging your completed books throughout the summer and participating in our Summer Reading Challenge. This year we will be raffling off three (3) Amazon gift cards as our grand prizes!! *Please note, in order to be eligible for the raffle, you must read and log two (2) books.*
How do I register?
For teens entering 7th through 12th grade you can register online with your valid library card beginning June 21rd through August 11th. The first 10 teens to sign up will receive a free summer reading kit. You can register for our summer reading program here.
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Need an extra reading log? You can find one here or stop by the library for a new one!