Relax, You Won’t Feel a Thing…

screamingWoman-1Or maybe you will feel many things as you read stories of love, drama, mystery…It’s completely up to you. Despite the horror stories you may have heard, summer reading @ your library is NOT lame. It’s actually pretty awesome. So, sit back, relax, and give it a chance…’cause it’s starting in 5…4…3…2…1…READ!

How to sign up for summer reading:

1.  Go to library and sign name on clip board.

2. Take a reading log.

3. Set a reading goal (number of pages, hours, or books).

4. Read 🙂

5. Attend fun and interesting teen events @ the Burlington Library.

6. Meet your reading goal.

7. Turn in completed reading log with name and phone number. 

8. Sit back and wait for a phone call telling you that you’ve won a prize! 

9. Rest, relax, and express yourself this summer @ your library. 

“Show me the books he loves and I shall know the man far better than through mortal friends.”

                                                                                                            – Dawn Adams 

BPL’s Top Ten List

Why You Should Sign Up For Summer Reading @ Your Library

10. Books don’t get caught in braces. 

9. You can burn 45 calories per hour just reading a good book.

8. Reading won’t cause pimples. 

7. Magazines don’t ‘crash’. 

6. Graphic novels look good with whatever you’re  wearing. 

5. It’s cheaper than  a new video game. 

4. You can drown out your parent’s cheesy music by listening to an audio book. 

3. You’ll learn words even your teachers don’t know. 

2. It’ll confuse your parents. 

1. It’ll make you a more interesting person while winning great prizes!


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