Alameda County Library is hosting its annual Summer Reading Game from June 13 to August 13. The game is open to all ages 0 – 100 +. With games for Pre-readers, Kids, Teens, and Adults – it’s a perfect family activity! The all‐ages game is fun, free, and easy to play. Players earn points and prizes by reading and completing various activities. The more you read, the more chances you can win.
Sign up anytime from June 13 – August 13 to begin your reading adventure. Don’t forget to share your summer reading fun on social media by using the hashtag #aclsummer2016. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
How to Play:
- Sign up on or after June 13 to play the Summer Reading Game online, with a game board or both. Access the game rules for Summer Reading Game 2016.
- To play online, sign up for an account: http://summer.aclibrary.org
- To play with a game board, pick up a game board at any ACL branch or register at: http://summer.aclibrary.org
Benefits of Playing:
Summer reading helps children and teens maintain and enhance reading skills over the summer.
Read for pleasure.
Enjoy a fun and free family activity.
Get to know your local library and community.
Learn about all the fun activities the library offers this summer.
Online players earn collectable digital badges.
Win prizes and a free book.
Teens who finish the game will be entered into a drawing for a GoPro Camera.
Adults who finish the game will be entered into a drawing for a Fitbit Fitness Tracker.
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The Summer Reading Game is brought to you by Alameda County Library with support from the Alameda County Library Foundation. Sponsors include: Chabot Space and Science Center, GoPro, Lawerence Hall of Science, LEGOLAND, and the Oakland Athletics.