Summer Reading: Help the Library Win 50 Free Books!

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From OCLC WebJunction:, the largest website dedicated to kids’ reading and book reviews by-and-for children, rewards kids, schools, and public libraries for reading and reviewing books. The four-month, online DOGObooks Summer Reading program launched in mid-May, runs through the end of September, and is a great opportunity for young readers.


With the help of its children’s book publisher partners, DOGObooks has assembled an online catalog of popular titles of books for grades 3-8. By reading and posting three reviews of 25 words or more on DOGObooks, kids will receive their choice of a free book from a prize list of titles selected from the leaders in children’s publishing. With more than 3,500 books available, participating children have a good chance to win at least one book. Better World Books is also awarding a 20% coupon to reviewers, plus a prize of 50 books each for the top ten schools with the most reviews.


In addition to choosing their school, for the very first year, participating readers will also be able to choose their local public library. The top ten libraries in the reading challenge will each win 50 books for their collections!

The Hollidaysburg Area Public Library wants you and your child(ren) to help us win 50 free books (and win a free book for themselves)! The more participants we have, the better our chances of winning! If your child is interested, please follow the instructions below to sign them up for DOGObooks Summer Reading program. Don’t forget to have your child choose our Library when they sign up!

DOGO Summer Reading 2015

And if you haven’t already, sign your child(ren) up for our Summer Reading program, as well!