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Sign up for library's free summer reading rewards program for gift card

 


Children, teens and adults can have fun and earn rewards while keeping up their reading skills with no-fee summer reading programs at Fort Vancouver Regional Library District libraries, which includes the Goldendale library, and at Bookmobiles and http://www.fvrl. org.

The adult summer reading program has been added.

The summer reading programs run June 1 through the end of August, with sign-ups ending Aug. 15. There are no fees attached.

The 2015 Summer Reading programs for kids and teens have a heroic theme: “Every Hero Has a Story” for young children 0-5 years and children 6-11 years; and “Unmask!” for teens 12-19 years.

Grand-prize winners will receive a $200 Amazon gift card.

Adults earn entries into branch prize drawings for $25 Barnes & Noble gift cards for every four books they read. Entries may be made either in branches or online.

Participants also have the option of writing reviews to share anonymously with other summer readers.

Information about summer reading is available at any FVRL library or bookmobile, or by calling the Goldendale library at 773-4487. Summer reading information also is available at http://www.fvrl.org.

The library’s summer reading program is supported by NW Natural, Umpqua Bank, The Blind Onion Pizza and Pub, Kumon, Vancouver Family Magazine, Cooper Chiropractic, Superkids Resale, Les Schwab, Image360, Friends of FVRL libraries, and Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation.

In 2014, 7,428 children ages zero to 11 years and 1,910 teens ages 12-19 years signed up for FVRL’s summer reading program. Participants spent more than 6,991,460 minutes reading and in reading-related activities, wrote 25,298 book reviews and collected 4,537 prizes.

 

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