2021 Summer Reading Program: Tails and Tales

June 24th - August 20th

 



 Children 
 


 Young Adult 
 


 Adult 
 
Explore tails and tales with Beanstack and our mascot Rita the Gorilla this summer! Log the books you read to earn badges and raffle tickets for a new prize each week. Read by yourself, read to another, maybe read to a pet, or enjoy a story being read to you!

Summer reading for children ages 0-12.

Explore tails and tales with Beanstack this summer! Log the books you read to earn badges and raffle tickets for a new prize each week! Read by yourself, listen to an audiobook, read a graphic novel, or maybe even read to a pet — summer reading is your time to explore new tales!

Summer reading for teens ages 13-18.

 

Explore tails and tales with Beanstack this summer! Log the books you read to earn badges and raffle tickets for a new prize each week! Read by yourself, listen to an audiobook, read outdoors or at the beach, maybe even read to a pet — summer reading is your time to explore new tales!

Summer reading for adults 18 and up.

 

We're excited to introduce the Beanstack app to our patrons for this year's summer reading program! Beanstack is your one stop shop for tracking your reading progress, completing fun activities, and participating in summer reading whether you're at home or on-the-go. Click here for some frequently asked questions about Beanstack.

Complete the Beanstack summer reading challenge by earning 14 badges on Beanstack. You can read books, write book reviews, or complete fun activities! Upon reading 6 books or magazines, you’ll be entered to win one of six Kindle Fires. On top of that, for every book read you’ll increase your chances of winning a weekly raffle prize!

Each week, there will be a raffle prize for five age groups: ages 0-4, 5-8, 9-12, 13-18, and 18+.

Click here to register for summer reading using Beanstack.  



 

The "Tails and Tales" Summer Reading Program is sponsored by the Board of Library Trustees, the Friends of the Uxbridge Free Public Library, the Massachusetts Library System, the Boston Bruins, the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and the Institute of Museum and Library Services with support from the National Women’s Hockey League team Boston Pride.