Discover New Tales This Summer with the Plain City Public Library! 

 

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PCPL Summer Reading 2021

The Plain City Public Library’s 2021 Summer Reading Program begins May 28th! The Summer Reading Program offers participants rewards for reading over the summer months. The Plain City Public Library offers a Summer Reading Program for kids (ages 3 – 12), teens (12-17), and adults (18 and up).

No need to register this year. Starting May 28 simply pick up a reading log at the library or print one out using the links below. You’ll have until July 30 to fill in your reading log and turn it in to the library. Reading logs can be returned in person, in the library’s book drop, by mail, or you can email a scanned copy or photo to awarner@plaincitylib.org (kids) or lpowers@plaincitylib.org (teens & adults) and make arrangements to pick up your prizes later.

Kids will earn prizes for reading for 6 and 12 hours over the summer! Teens and adults have the chance to win a gift card, tote bags filled with surprises, and other fun prizes. The more you read, the more chances you’ll get! Plus, one child and one teen or adult will win our grand prize: a Kindle Fire!

The library will also host a series of online programs in conjunction with the Summer Reading Program. Check out our Events page for up-to-date summer program offerings.

 

Download & Print Your Summer Reading Log beginning May 28 

 

 

New and Recommended Reads

Recommended Reads

Not sure which book to pick up first this summer? Check out our lists of new and recommended reads for all ages in our catalog. These lists are updated weekly with the newest library material. Check out the following lists of recommended reads for children from the Association for Library Service to Children with titles that come highly recommended by kid readers themselves! In addition to print books, most of these titles are available as eBooks in Overdrive (Libby) or Hoopla.

  • Recommended Reads lists coming soon!

 

Questions? Email Public Services Librarian Amanda Warner at awarner@plaincitylib.org.