Summit County Library offers kids summer reading challenge

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — Today is the last day of school in Park City, which means summer reading season is about to get underway, and the Summit County Library is ready. On June 3, the library kicked off summer reading challenges for kids, teens, and adults.

Experts say summer reading is vital for nurturing a lifelong love for learning, fostering creativity, and expanding one’s knowledge beyond the classroom. It offers an opportunity for individuals to explore perspectives, escape into different worlds, and enhance critical thinking skills while enjoying the leisurely pace of the season.

Teachers say engaging with books during the summer break helps prevent the “summer slide,” ensuring that minds stay sharp and ready for the challenges of the upcoming academic year.

Registration for the reading challenges is open on the Summit County Library website. Each one runs through August 16, 2024. Signups can be done individually or as a family.

Kids Summer Adventure Bingo

Complete five library activities in a row on our Kid’s Summer Adventure Bingo Card and pick a prize! Also, earn tickets with each activity to enter your choice of fabulous prize drawings.

Teen Summer Adventure Bingo

Adventure begins at your library! This summer, participate in up to 25 different activities to earn tickets for fun prize drawings.

Adult Adventure Bingo

This summer, participate in up to 16 different activities to earn tickets for fun prize drawings.



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