Summer Reading (as an Adult) with Los Angeles Public Library
Summer always meant one of the best parts of the year–Summer reading programs. While most of us have aged out of these programs (sadly), the Los Angeles County Public Library opened up a Summer reading program this month for adults!
I went to the library this month to collect my signup gift (a really awesome totebag) and then got to shop at the library store (which is way cool). I even got the opportunity to log my reading hours via the LA County’s website.
There are specific things you must do to satisfy the requirements (as in any reading program). First, you sign up for free. If you don’t have a library card, you will need to sign up for one. California residents are eligible to sign up for one for free. The great thing about this is that it opens up services at the library like computer access, checking out books and a myriad of online services!
Once you have signed up, track reading hours (up to 30) via the website. Then you’ll have to complete 4 activities (some are listed and some are those that you can create) and then fill out a survey. Once completed, there’s an awesome prize available. So far, I’ve really pushed up my reading stats (almost at 145) for the year–it was just the kick in the pants I needed.
You can sign up for Summer reading at the Los Angeles County Public Library by clicking here. If you have any questions about the library program, please ask them below.