Children’s Summer Reading Program, Get in the Game at Your Library!

Children ages infant -14 may sign up at the Youth Services Information Desk or the Hoffman Estates or Hanover Park branches. Program begins June 1. Readers must read 10 books, and non-readers must have 20 books read to them. Prizes will be distributed through Aug. 31. We reserve the right to substitute incentives. For more information, call the Youth Services Information Desk at (847) 923-3439.

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2 Responses to “Children’s Summer Reading Program, Get in the Game at Your Library!”


  1. 1 Jacob Chong June 9, 2008 at 8:17 pm

    I would like to enroll in the summer reading program. How do I sign up for it?

  2. 2 YS reference June 10, 2008 at 11:56 am

    To join the Summer Reading Program, “Get in the Game at Your Library”, you must be between the ages of infant -14 years old. Come to the Youth Services Information Desk at the Central Library or to either the Hoffman Estates or Hanover Park Branch Library to fill out a short registration form for the program. At that time, you will be given a reading log where you can record the titles of the books you have read. When you have read ten books, bring your form back to the library to receive your prize. For more information, call the Youth Services Information Desk at 847-923-3439.


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