The Round Rock Public Library's Summer Reading Program kicks off on Wednesday, June 5.
Summer Reading is a lot of fun--savor your freedom to choose what to read and when to read it.
Summer reading is also one of the most important things you can do over the summer to have a sucessful school year when August rolls back around.
The Round Rock Public Library Youth Services Department wants to make it easy to establish a daily reading habit. In addition to our great library collection and our friendly and helpful staff members, we're offering a Summer Reading Program.
Earn fun prizes for reading, and visit tons of cool, free programs that may spark your curiousity this summer.
How it works
Beginning June 5, record each day you read (or listen to someone read) at least 20 minutes. At some point you'll need to come pick up a Reading Log at the library, but you can begin counting June 5 whether or not you have an official Reading Log.
Earn prizes for reading 10, 20, 30, 40, or 50 days. Everyone can earn the 10-day prize, but we reserve the other prizes for readers who hold a resident or paid non-resident Round Rock Library Card.
See our FAQs if you have questions about prizes and library cards.