Cecil County Public Library is pleased to announce the 2020 Summer Reading & Learning Program for children, teens, and adults.
Register for a program based on the age groups below. Then, log your reading in one of two ways:
- Option 1: Printed Log- Download and print a copy of the reading log or get one from any Contactless Pickup location. Use the form below or call any CCPL branch to submit raffle entries earned from reading for a chance to win a prize.
- Option 2: Online Program- Track your reading online and enter prize raffles using Beanstack or the Beanstack mobile app (Android) (iOS).
Please find additional information below about the program for your age group.
Interested in attending virtual programs? Click here for a list of programs taking place online this summer.
Use your log to keep track of each day that you read for at least 15 minutes this summer, and complete fun reading challenges. Participants may read on their own, or have someone read to them. For every 10 days of reading, earn a chance to win:
Watch videos from some of our favorite Summer Reading performers, including magician Mike Rose!
Use your log to keep track of each day that you read for at least 30 minutes this summer, and complete fun reading challenges. For every 10 days of reading, earn a chance to win:
Register for the Teen Program Here (All registrants will be entered automatically for a chance to win a $529 College Savings Account from Maryland 529.)
Download a Teen Reading Log
Enter the Teen Prize Raffle (Closes August 15)
Challenge yourself this summer by completing these 8 reading activities! Check out the Summer Reading Challenges page throughout the summer for reading recommendations. For every reading challenge you complete, you will earn a chance to win:
Did you read a book this summer that you would like to recommend to others? Please use the form below to send in your book review. Please note, portions of a review may be shared on the CCPL website or social media.
Special thanks to our Summer Reading Sponsors!
The Cecil County Public Library provides a safe website for kids and advocates internet privacy. In accordance with COPPA (Children's Online Privacy Protection Act), CCPL will not collect personal information from children 12 and younger without express consent from their parent or guardian.