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2020 Summer Reading Program

Lewisville Public Library
Post Date:May 21, 2020 9:19 a.m.

The Lewisville Public Library Summer Reading Program will run from May 21 - August 2. The reading program is open to all ages.

Dive into books this summer and explore stories of all kinds!

Children and Teens can earn a free book just by reading! Beginning May 21, children and teens can choose their reading challenge: read 25 books, or 25 hours, or 25 days. Completed reading logs may be turned in from June 22 - August 2. Children and Teens can learn more about summer reading and download a reading log at

Adults ages 18 and over can earn entries into prize drawings for the reading they do all summer long. Beginning May 21, for every three books read, complete a reading log and enter that log into the prize drawing of your choice. Earn additional entries by completing reading challenges. The more you read, the more entries you earn! Prize drawings will be held on June 26 and August 3. Adults can learn more about the summer reading and download reading logs and challenges at

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