The Puyallup Public Library is pleased to offer summer reading programs for children, teens, and adults.
This year, we will host a variety of free events that encourage all ages to explore their library and the world around us.
Take part in activities, join us for library events, and - of course - read!
How does it work?
You can register yourself and your whole family in Beanstack (the service we use to track summer reading progress).
From there, you'll check off activities you've completed, enter the books you've read, write book reviews and more.
You'll receive different prizes along the way, and be entered into drawings at the end of the summer.
Please check the pages for children, teens and adults to see the individual requirements for those programs.
Don't forget that Beanstack has a new app, available for iOS and Android.
Community Reading Goal
We've got a pretty big, audacious, incredible community goal this summer:
Puyallup's going to earn one million points during our summer reading program. How?
By reading, getting out there, creating art, doing something new...basically by having your best summer ever.
And when we get there, the library will host an ice cream party
for our summer readers in August.
As of July 11 we are at 100% of our community reading goal. AMAZING!
Make sure to use the hashtag #PuyallupReads when you post
about the summer reading program on social media.