Plymouth District Library's Summer Reading Programs 2013
Make sure you are on the correct program page for your age and then register below.

   RTM(0-5yrs)       SRP(5-8yrs)       Edge(9-12yrs)       Teen Challenge       Adult SRP   
Enter your user name and password and click on the Login button.
How it works
This summer you can complete the program by earning points from READING and DOING. You can complete the book challenge by reading books or combining books with activity points. You'll need to earn a total of 10 points to fully complete the challenge and earn the final prize. Every 2 books earned afterward will earn you entries into the drawing at the end of the program.

1. Book Points – You’ll need to read 10 books (2 mangas = 1 book) in order to earn the 10 book points needed to complete the grand challenge
2. Activity Points – You can earn up to 4 of these towards your summer challenge completion – There are lots of ways to do this:

Read to a child for 1 hour total,
Come to a Wednesday or Friday library program,
Go to the Plymouth Art Fair and check out the booths,
Watch a movie based on a book,
Become a Maker -- at Google+ Maker Camp or DIY
Whether you build rockets or race cars, make t-shirts or experimental music, discover things in nature or new skills or things in the community where you live, there’s plenty to do and you can earn a point from each activity you log in.



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Reached
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Allyson Condie
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This book was amazing. It didn't have as much action as I would have liked, but it was good. It followed along Ky and Cassia's love story, and they are reunited, but separated soon after as Ky goes still with the mutation. They have to find a cure to save him and everybody else. However, the end did not satisfy me because it did not tell what the new laws were. For all we know, the Society could have taken over again and Ky and Cassia may never be able to be together again.  Catalog
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Catching Fire
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Suzanne Collins
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I liked most parts, but the beginning and end were not so good.  Catalog
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Ethical Chic
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Fran Hawthorne
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Ethical Chic gave an interesting perspective on how consumerism is effected by the urge to be "socially responsible". Hawthorne detailed how different companies made efforts to be apart of the socially conscious movement in categories like fair wages and the effect on the environment. The best part about this book was it's unbiased narrative. I learned a lot from reading!  Catalog