Teen Summer Reading

This summer, find your voice! Track your reading, complete activities, and visit the library to earn badges and rewards.

Earn prizes online and in person. During this year’s summer reading program you’ll have the chance to win books, earbuds, craft kits, movie codes, stickers, snacks, prize baskets, gift cards & more!
Summer Reading 2023 runs from June 23 to August 18.

Two Ways to Win!

Square image of various summer reading prizes, candy, wireless earbuds, a doughnut puzzle, Dunkin Donuts gift card, etc.

Sign up for Beanstack at athollibrary.beanstack.org, or use their handy free app. Track your reading. Count the minutes you spend reading any book you like including novels, manga, graphic novels, non fiction, fanfiction and more. The more reading you log on Beanstack the more raffle tickets and prizes you earn. Complete digital activities and reviews to earn even more tickets!

Reach hourly reading goals for guaranteed prizes!
2.5 Hours - Vinyl Sticker Pack
5 Hours - Brag Tag Keychain
10 Hours - Secret Event Invite
15 Hours - Prize Book
20 Hours - Prize Box Pick
50 Hours - Gift Card Choice

Please note, all prizes earned must be picked up in person at the library by the winning teen.

In person:
At the Library there are three main ways teens can participate. Check out items in the Teen Space, write book reviews, and attend teen programs to earn entries into our grand prize raffle. Check our calendar to see more about this summer’s special events for teens.

Double Dipping:
Teens are welcome to participate both online and in person! The more you do the more prizes you can win!

Teen Summer Programs & Events

Summer Kickoff

Chess Club

Tween Club

Zine Making

Art Club

D&D Club

Cupcake Wars

Felt Pennants

Puzzle & Pals

Teen Games

Powerpoint Party

Switch Gaming

Animal Terrariums

Extreme Gaming

LEGO Animation

Button Making

©2023 iREAD® The Massachusetts Statewide Summer Library Program is funded by the MA Board of Library Commissioners, Massachusetts Library System Athol Cultural Council, Valuing Our Children, the Boston Bruins, and the Friends of the Athol Public Library.