Summer Reading 2017
The annual East Baton Rouge Parish Library Summer Reading Programs kicks off in May! This summer is sure to be packed with great books, exciting programs, and fabulous prizes. With a program for every age group, the entire family can participate!
The fun starts on Tuesday, May 30. All locations of the Library will have reading logs for each age group (Children, Teens, and Adults). These logs will be available until the end of July. While each group has a different theme and guidelines - the goal is the same - to READ!
The theme for the Teen Summer Reading Program this year is Build a Better World. Teens grades 6 to 12 may start their journey by signing up at any library location starting Wednesday, May 24. You have until Monday, July 31, to turn in your book logs for prize drawings.
The Adult Program, Red Stick Reads!, for ages 19 and up, will be filled with a variety of interesting events. Adults may pick up a reading log beginning Tuesday, May 30, and are asked to read three books in order to receive a summer prize pack.
The last day of Adult Summer Reading is July 31. For more information, call (225) 231-3740.