Summer Reading Program
Summer Reading Program 2021
Program Instructions—Everything You Need to Know
Last summer you helped us create the longest paper chain ever made in Plymouth and walked the chain across town! This summer help us zoom Antoinette the cow across the US to visit some of the country’s most popular zoos.
It’s simple; sign up for your age group using our online reading portal, Beanstack. From June 14 to August 7, report your reading to the Plymouth Public Library, and the library will Zoom Antoinette across the US to the next Zoo. Watch the library’s website and Facebook page for updates to how far Antoinette is traveling!
Who can join?
Is this program for you? I hope so! This program is for everyone! Adults, teens, children, families, and individuals. It does not matter where you live—Plymouth resident or not—you can join us! Invite your friends and family, no matter where they live, to join this challenge! Ultimately, we are all working together as a community to zoom Antoinette as far as we can.
How do I track my reading? How do I check in with the library?
You can track your reading via—
- The Beanstack website
- The Beanstack app
- A paper log
As you track your reading, we will be working behind-the-scenes to move Antoinette to the next zoo.
Can I reread the same book?
Yes! When you re-read a book, report it using Beanstack or your paper log.
Sign Up Using Beanstack
Beanstack, a website/app, offers a smooth, convenient way for you to record your reading without having to come into the library.
Register on Beanstack; just go to plymouthpubliclibrary.beanstack.org or download the app for Apple or Android. (For an easier experience, the library recommends registering for Beanstack on the Beanstack website. If you want to use the app, you could then switch to the app when you are ready to start logging your reading.)
Sign Up Using a Paper Log
Paper log—How to get the log
The library has a paper log you can use.
- Pick up the log at the library during our open hours. Call at 920-892-4416 if you would prefer to pick up a log using our curbside service.
Paper log—How to report your reading to the library
You can report your reading via–
- Phone call—920-892-4416
- In-person at the library (during our open hours)
Who wants a prize?!
Wait, there’s more! Each program will give you chances to win different prizes and coupons. More details to come!