Imagine Your Story – Austin Public Library Announces Virtual Summer Reading Program

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Summer might look a little different this year but Austin Public Library is working to make that as seamless as possible for the Austin community.

This June through August, Austin Public Library is inviting you and your friends to quest together online for “Imagine Your Story” summer reading program. With different age categories ranging from 0-5, 5-12, 13-18, and 18+ there is something for everyone to enjoy!



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Readers can play along and earn digital badges by:

It’s that easy! Head to AustinSummerReading.org for more details and to sign up.

The program is FREE and open to all. The Library’s summer reading challenges focus on reading, family experiences, and other fun activities you can easily do from home! It’s a great way to keep your family both entertained and engaged during this summer.

Stay tuned for more summer activities for the whole family with our summer program. We will be bringing you family-friendly activities every day of the week! Don’t miss a thing by sign up for our newsletter (located on the righthand side of our homepage).

Featured photo courtesy of Austin Public Library

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