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A list of Book Club Kits available for kids.
People of all ages- from newborn babies to adults- can do Summer Reading. Kids from birth to those entering grade 5 can participate in the Kids Summer Reading program. Teens in grades 6-12 can participate in the Teen Summer Reading program, and adults can participate in the Adult Summer Reading program.
If you are entering 6th grade in the fall, you get to participate in the Teen Summer Reading program!
Just sign up and read or be read to for 15 hours. Then come back to get your prizes!
Not at all! You can read fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels and comic books, newspapers, magazines, eBooks, blogs and more. You can listen to someone read to you or listen to an audio-book - even reading the cereal box when you eat breakfast counts as reading in the Summer Reading program.
You can spread out your reading however you’d like - we recommend you read at least 20 minutes a day. If you don't read for a whole hour at a time, you can color in a partial shape in your Reading Log. For example, if you read 20 minutes, then you color in one third of a shape. Color in half of a shape for 30 minutes, a quarter of a shape for 15 minutes, and so on.
We are so happy that you like reading so much! Please keep reading! Because we have a limited number of prizes, we can only give rewards for the first 15 hours that you read.
Yes, you can pick up your prizes at either Beaverton City Library location.
No, each library has its own Summer Reading program. You must complete the Summer Reading program at the same library where you registered.
Please only sign up for one Summer Reading program this summer.
Here are instructions to redeem your Thorns or Timbers T2 tickets for your summer readers. Remember that free ticket orders must be accompanied by a paying adult.
There are a few parking spaces for the Murray Scholls Branch in front of the library near Walgeens. The majority of the parking is available behind the building near Kaiser and 24 Hour Fitness.
Unfortunately, the Library is unable to accept court ordered volunteers. The volunteer program at the Library is looking for people who want to make a minimum commitment of three months and volunteer two or more hours per week. Most court mandated volunteering does not fit into this structure. However, the City of Beaverton Public Works team has a program for court ordered community service. For information about their Community Service program, call 503-526-2220.