Sign Up for the 2017 Summer Reading Program

May 9th

Sign Up for the 2017 Summer Reading Program

Description

Sign up for Summer Fun

Sign Up - Log Your Progress - Earn Rewards
Earn rewards and prize raffle entries by simply logging your reading and event attendance.
There are two ways to sign up:
1. Sign up online and log your reading and event attendance online.
2. Sign up at any library location and log your reading and event attendance with a paper reading and event log.

Rewards & Badges

Earn rewards and challenge badges by simply logging your reading and event attendance.

Schedule of Programs & Events

We have hundreds of programs and events for children, teens, and adults. There is something for everyone.

Adult Writing Contest

The New Orleans Public Library wants your short story, poem, or essay for our 3rd Annual Writing Contest as a part of our 2017 Adult Summer Reading Program!
To read the rules for entry or print out an entry form, click here.

Teen Design Contest

The New Orleans Public Library wants YOU to create a design for the 2017 Teen Summer Reading Program.
To read the rules for entry or print out an entry form, click here.

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