Let’s Read, Liverpool Returns to LPL
It’s that time of year again - Let's Read, Liverpool!
Entering its third year, the Let’s Read, Liverpool program at the Liverpool Public Library aims to simplify summer reading by asking our community to pledge to read during the summer, with no requirement to log books. This year, Let’s Read, Liverpool will feature the theme “All Together Now,” as we celebrate our Liverpool community.
To start the summer reading celebration, the LPL will hold two kickoff parties on Saturday, June 24 and Monday, June 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Both events will be held on the library’s Dinosaur Garden lawn and will feature activities for children, teens and adults, such as lawn games, crafts, trivia and more.
In addition to a spin on our famous prize wheel, kickoff attendees could receive an LPL lanyard (while supplies last) and earn buttons to attach on it when they pledge to read. Have a lanyard from last year? Bring it with you to receive a bonus button! Those who pledge will also be entered into a drawing for prizes from community partners.
Those who wish to log their books are invited to do so on ReadSquared (lplny10.readsquared.com). By completing missions and reaching milestones in ReadSquare, you will also be eligible to win additional prizes, such as book bundles and gift certificates donated by community partners.
Find information about Let’s Read, Liverpool! and links to pledge to read, visit LPL.org/letsread. To see the exciting programs for all ages the LPL has to offer this summer, visit LPL.org/events.