Each summer, the Southborough Library encourages children to do a lot of reading through its Summer Reading program. This summer, the Library is issuing an additional challenge specific to teens. Those who meet the goal of reading 15 books can claim a prize.
But you don’t need to read any books to claim another prize. The Library is also inviting teens to pickup a see starting kit in early August.
Patrons ages 13-19 can now participate in the library’s Teen Summer Reading Challenge. It will run from July 1st to August 25th. The challenge is to read 15 books this summer. When you complete the challenge, claim a free book or a 3D printed item in the Teen Room with library associate Marianna Sorensen!
Sign up for the challenge using this Google Form:bit.ly/SBLIBteenread2021and log reading time using the Beanstack app.
Also for teens on Tuesday, August 3rd, between 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM, visit the Southborough Library Teen Room to pick up your own small seed starting kit! Pick up a packet of remaining seeds from the Library Seed Exchange along with a 3-D printed seed pot in the Teen Room downstairs.
*while giveaway supplies last