Summer Reading Games for All Ages

Read for fun, complete activities, and earn tickets towards prize drawings! The Library's summer reading games are a fun and free way to engage all age groups in exploring new ideas, books, and activities. 

Register Here
Between June 1 and August 1, you can register on Beanstack and play online. As you read and try different activities, you'll become eligible to earn badges and prizes. Categories are available for children, teens, and adults. See the Beanstack FAQ for details.

In celebration of the Library's 200th anniversary, there will be a community-wide reading goal of 200,000 minutes, resulting in a $2,000 donation from the Friends of the Library to Hoosier Hills Food Bank.

(You did it! The community-wide reading goal of 200,000 minutes was met on Saturday, June 13, just 13 days into the summer reading games! Congrats to Hoosier Hills Food Bank, who will receive a $2,000 check from the Friends of the Library. In fact, the Library now has a new goal for summer reading––1 million minutes! Should this goal be met, some staff members have pledged donations totaling $1,525 to various community organizations of their choice. Learn more.)

Other monetary donations will serve as benchmark prizes within the games, benefiting Shalom Community Center, Youth Services Bureau, and Stepping Stones. Additionally, books and/or games will be donated to Little Free Libraries, and to area daycares and camp groups, including The Nest, the daycare at New Hope for Families.

Need a library card? No problem! You can register here. In addition to checking out physical materials, it gives you digital access to free eBooks, eAudiobooks, movies, music, and more!

Summer Reading Game funding is provided by the Friends of the Library. Become a Friend today!