Adult Summer Reading 2020

We invite you to imagine a new kind of Summer @ Goodnow

Due to COVID-19 and the need for social distancing, our Summer Reading Program has been re-imagined for Summer 2020. Registration and participation is now on Beanstack, our new online reading platform! Track your reading, earn badges and prizes, and read for a good cause this Summer @ Goodnow!

Here’s how it works:

  • Register Online:  Visit goodnowlibrary.beanstack.org and sign up for the Summer Reading Challenge! Already registered for our Goodnow Reads Spring Challenge? Login with the same account information to sign up for our Summer Challenge! Want to use your phone or tablet? Download the free Beanstack app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store to track your Summer Reading activity on-the-go.
  • Track Reading, Earn Badges & Win Prizes:  Track reading and earn virtual reading badges for reading or writing book reviews. Log books or write a review at least once each week to be entered into weekly drawing of a $10 gift card to local businesses and a grand prize drawing of an “Imagine Your Story” themed basket!
  • Read for a Good Cause:  For every registered reader, the Friends of the Goodnow Library will donate $1 to the Sudbury Community Food Pantry. We hope to reach 2000 readers! Register and help us help the Food Pantry this summer.

Pre-registration begins Monday, June 15th

Program begins Monday, June 22nd

Need help registering? Contact us at 978-440-5520 or email us at [email protected]

Write a Review

This summer, we’re asking adult readers to write three book reviews. They don’t have to be long. Just tell us what yout think, or what you would tell a friend about why they should (or shouldn’t) read that book!

 

SUMMER READING FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS

Children and teens can also join in the fun of Summer @ Goodnow. Find out more about Children Summer Reading HERE . Find out more about Teen Summer Reading HERE.

Questions?  Stop by the Reference Desk or contact us at: 978-440-5520 or [email protected]

Prizes generously donated by the Friends of the Goodnow Library.