Summer Reading Club Registration
Welcome to HCPL's Summer Reading Club 2016.
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HCPL Kids Site
If you have already registered for the 2016 Summer Reading Club, enter your user name and click on the
button. New users click on the
Sign Me Up
our summer reading program for kids now counts time. Research shows that children reading 20 minutes a day maintain their reading skills over the summer. We want to help your children continue to succeed in school and life.
Kids Summer Reading Club Guidelines
for the Kids Summer Reading Club by clicking the “Sign Me Up” button above. The Kids Summer Reading Club is for babies up to students entering grade 5 in the fall.
20 minutes each day, then log your time by logging into your account and selecting Add/View Log. Need help? Ask at the Children’s Desk.
for reaching reading milestones:
Read 1 hour (60 minutes)
: Raid our prize stash! Choose one free small toy from the Children's Desk.
Read 5 hours (300 minutes)
: pick out a free paperback book from our book cart.
Read 10 hours (600 minutes)
: receive a packet of coupons for free food and treats from local businesses.
Read 15 hours (900 minutes)
: choose a free class, activity, or experience from a local business.
All reading prizes must be earned and picked up by
Monday, August 1 at 9:00 PM.
books all summer long for more prizes! Every 20 minutes read gains one entry into our Grand Prize Drawings. The more you read, the greater your chances. The drawing takes place after August 1, and the winners will be notified. All Grand Prizes must be picked up by
Wednesday, August 10 at 9:00 PM.
Percy Jackson and the battle of the labyrinth
An amazing book a thrilling adventure with many twists and turns, a perfect combination of Greek myth and adventure.
I just Love this book it's just amazing I am currently reading a book called love star girl which is the second book they are very good
Sea of Monsters
A great book a good combination of fairytale and Greek myth
Henry Hyena Why won't you laugh?
This book was about Henry being mean and laughing at the zoo animals. But then he changed and lost his laugh because he became nice.