2021 Teen Summer Reading
June 21 - August 14
BINGO FOR MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOLERS
Teen BINGO starts on June 21 and all cards must be received by August 14. Teens entering grades 6-12 are eligible to participate.
Visit the library to register and pick up a BINGO card, or get started online.
Fill out any three squares in a row (down, across, or diagonal), with the title of the book you read and/or the activity you completed during the summer, for a raffle entry (a chance to win) toward grand prizes. Complete a “blackout” (fill in the whole card) to earn a $25 gift card!
You can use books, audiobooks, ebooks, articles, graphic novels, podcasts, or fan fiction; everything from this summer counts! Just make sure you write something different in each square; no counting anything twice.
After completing each row or a blackout, bring your BINGO card to the library or email a photo/PDF to email@example.com to receive your raffle entry and/or gift card.
Lost your BINGO card? You can always print another using the link in the confirmation email you received upon registering, or visit the library, or click here.
Get a raffle entry (a chance to win) for a Grand Prize each time you complete any three squares in a row (down, across, diagonal). Choose from three options:
- Nintendo Switch
- Reading Eats Smorgasbord (a bundle of gift cards to various Reading restaurants totaling $100)
- Whitelam Books $100 Gift Card
Earn a $25 gift card for completing a blackout (filling in the whole card). Choose from three options:
- Cupcake City
- Bagel World
- Whitelam Books
Grand Prize winners will be notified between August 14 and August 21. All prizes must be claimed by September 17, 2021.
You can still participate! Get started online, submit a photo/PDF of your BINGO card by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll take care of entering your raffles and/or mail your gift card to your requested address. The only exception is if you win a Grand Prize, you will need to stop in to pick it up by September 17.
SCHOOL REQUIRED READING
Place a hold on any of these titles through the library catalog. Consult your school’s official summer reading information for additional requirements.