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We are so happy that you are participating in the Summer Reading Program with us! You can download reading logs from this page. Please note that logs must be returned to any Augusta-Richmond County Public Library System (ARCPLS) branch between May 20 and July 28. Below are the logs as well as information on the program requirements for different age groups as well as larger groups of children (e.g., daycares and summer camps) that wish to participate.

Individual Children (includes families with multiple children)
Children in rising 5th grade or younger may choose either to read for 15 hours or 30 books to meet the minimum requirement for completion. The parents of pre-readers may choose the early literacy log instead of reading for time or books. The early literacy log is only available at ARCPLS library branches.  The minimum requirement for completion is 20 out of 25 activities listed on the early literacy log. Children will receive special prizes and tickets to the August 4th Augusta Greenjackets game while supplies last for completing their summer reading logs as well as an entry into a drawing for a Kindle Fire.

Download Time Log (color or cross out a symbol for every 15 minute block of reading time on the log)

Download Book Log (write down the titles of books, audiobooks, magazines, or newspapers read in the log)

Teens
Teens in rising 6th through 12th grades will read a minimum of 10 books to complete their reading program. Teens will receive special prizes and tickets to the August 4th Augusta Greenjackets while supplies last for completing their summer reading logs as well as an entry into a drawing for a Kindle Fire.

Download Book Log (write down the titles of books, audiobooks, magazines, or newspapers read in the log)

Adults
Adults (anyone 18 and over) will read a minimum of 5 books to complete their reading program. They will receive an entry into a drawing for a Kindle Fire.

Download Book Log (write down the titles of books, audiobooks, magazines, or newspapers read in the log)

Groups (includes daycares, head starts, and summer camps)
Groups will read a minimum of 30 books and will receive one reading log per group to record their books. The group will receive certificates of completion, small prizes, tickets to the August 4th Augusta Greenjackets game, and a classroom reading kit while supplies last.

Download Book Log (write down the titles of books, audiobooks, magazines, or newspapers read in the log)

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