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During the eight-week Summer Reading Program, Burlington County children read and logged 51,429 books, earning them many well-deserved rewards including the chance to see some BCLS Youth Services librarians getting a few pies in the face.

Did you reach your summer reading goal yet? Your next favorite read is always waiting for you on your next library visit! Need a list of books you read this summer to bring to school in September? Log in to your Beanstack account to print the list. Just because the Summer Reading Program is over, doesn’t mean reading and activities have stopped! Continued use of Beanstack throughout the year to log books and join different reading and activity challenges will quickly build a child’s reading library.

Everyone knows “Libraries Rock” and there’s no question after this summer. We made music, colored instruments, and danced to our favorite songs! Our librarians loved sharing every minute this summer with our communities and we invite you to share a favorite library moment with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

Remember, with summer winding down, there’s still plenty to do at the library before getting back into the routine of a new school year. Make visits to your local library part of the routine all year! We have programs and activities to keep the fun going, including a Back-to-School Challenge from August 13-31! Pick up a game board at your local library or join in online with your Beanstack account!