Summer Reading Program

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Get Ready for Summer Reading! 
Find your Voice Summer Reading Challenge begins June 12th-July 21st!

Sign up at the library beginning June 12th! 

Summer reading is a fun program designed to engage all age groups in exploring new ideas, books and activities.  The program is free and there are no fees for any of the events or activities.  As you read books and engage in the activities, you are eligible to win badges and prizes. The best way to track your progress is through the Beanstack app or web site, you can start recording your reading books and participate in the activities, located exclusively in Beanstack. If you created an account in previous years, you can use the same account.  

How Do I Start?

You can sign up for our Summer Reading Program in-person at the Azusa Library during our regular operating hours starting June 12th. Or you can create an online Beanstack account

Sign up at or download the Beanstack app, available for iOS and Android

Beanstack will automatically direct you to the appropriate activities based on your age.  There are three age groups: Kids, Teens and Adults.  If you wish to be contacted about prizes and drawings, please include an email address or telephone number as part of your Beanstack profile. 

Need volunteer hours for high school? Interested in serving the community? Volunteer for our Summer Reading Program from June 12th-July 21st!

Duties include: signing up participants and distributing prizes, promoting weekly events, helping out with crafts, and staffing booths at our annual mini-Carnival on. At this time, the library cannot guarantee a minimum number of service hours. Volunteer application.