'Imagine Your Story' with Wheaton library reading challenge

 
Submitted by Wheaton Public Library
Updated 6/24/2020 5:31 PM

The Wheaton Public Library invites readers, young and old, to participate in the 2020 Summer Reading Challenge: Imagine Your Story!

There are four reading programs this year: youth pre-readers, youth readers, teens, and adults.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The goal of each program is to earn 1,000 points to be entered into our grand prize drawings. Every 100 points earned enters you into a series of weekly drawings.

The Summer Reading Challenge is June 1-Aug. 1.

Sign up at www.wheatonlibrary.org/content/summer-reading-challenge.

Earn points and win prizes!

For adult readers, earn 125 points for each book and get additional points for completing activities. Every 100 points you earn will get you entries into the weekly prize drawing of a $25 gift card to Downtown Wheaton. Earn 1,000 points to complete the challenge and be entered to win a $50, $75, or $100 gift card to Downtown Wheaton.

For teen readers in sixth to 12th grade, you can earn 25 points for each hour you read and get additional points and badges by completing activities. Every 100 points you earn will get you entries into the weekly prize drawings. Earn 1,000 points to be entered into the end-of-summer grand prize drawing.

Young readers, infant through fifth grade, can earn 25 points for each day with at least 20 minutes of reading. Pre-readers earn 25 points for each book that is read to them. Earn points and badges by reading and completing activities. Every 100 points you earn will enter you into the weekly prize drawings. Earn 1,000 points to be entered into the grand prize drawing.

Be on the lookout for secret codes to earn more points! Secret codes will randomly appear on the library's social media, the Virtual Libraries on the website, at the end of virtual programs, and written in chalk on the library's West Plaza. You never know where you'll find one!