Teen Summer Reading Program at Seattle Public Library
We hope to see all of our wonderful neighborhood teens in the library this summer.
“The Seattle Public Library’s 2012 Teen Summer Reading Program, Century 22: Map the Future, kicked off on Friday, June 1. The annual program, which continues through Sunday, Aug. 26, encourages everyone to read during the summer. This year we have multiple ways for teens to participate:
Sign up online. You can create build your summer reading shelf, create a personal avatar and earn badges!
- Read three books, review them, and enter a drawing to win a Kindle e-reader.
- Visit www.spl.org/bookcrossing to participate in Century 22, our teen book scavenger hunt, where you can find, track and release books! To sign up, visit http://www.bookcrossing.com/join/seattlepubliclibrary Enjoy our great programs. Whether you’re into gaming, trivia, crafting, or art one of our excellent programs will match your interests.
Stay up to date with what’s happening for teens by visiting Push to Talk our blog written for teens by teens and the librarians who serve them.
The 2012 Teen Summer Reading Program is sponsored by The Seattle Public Library Foundation.
The Summer Reading Program also includes hundreds of free programs for people of all ages at various locations. For more information, call 206-386-4636 or Ask a Librarian.”
Thanks so much! If you need to edit it for length that’s fine and please feel free to use my name and title if you want.
Teen Services Librarian
The Seattle Public Library
I’m currently reading The Wicked and the Just by J. Anderson Coats