Do the books have to be from the SCL?
During the Summer of 2020, read whatever books, ebooks, magazines, and audiobooks you can access!
Is my child too young to participate?
We offer programs for ages Birth through Adult. We encourage parents to read to even the newest of babies. It is never too early to develop a love of reading!
My child does not read yet. Can he still participate?
Yes! Children learn to love books and stories from their adults. Count all the pages read to your non-reader!
Does my child have to attend all the activities?
Due to social distancing, we are not offering activities in the library during the 2020 Summer Literacy Program.
Am I too old to participate?
You are never too old to read for prizes! Check out our Adult Reading Program and the Adult Step Challenge.
Can we log our reading online?
Yes! Visit www.stevenscountylibrary.com, click on the Literacy Programs button, select your program, and log in with your Username and Password.
What is my Username/Password?
If you created your own username/password and have misplaced it, please contact Miss Stacey for your correct username/password. (620) 544-2301 or email email@example.com. If you registered on a paper form in the library, your username is your first and last name separated by a period (.) (jane.austen) and your password is your first initial last name (jausten).
Can we read the same book over and over and over and…?
If your child loves one book more than others, by all means, count those pages as many times as you read it!! Please do, however, read some other books for variety!
What should I do when a book is not printed with page numbers?
You’ll just have to count the pages manually. It’s also acceptable to check the library catalog or Amazon for page numbers.
Do audiobooks count?
Yes, audio materials count for as many pages as the paper book is worth. Check out downloadable audiobooks here using your Kansas eCard. Don’t have a Kansas eCard? Give us a call and we’ll hook you up!
Do ebooks count?
Yes, ebooks count for as many pages as the paper book is worth. Check out downloadable ebooks here using your Kansas eCard. Don’t have a Kansas eCard? Give us a call and we’ll hook you up!
Do magazines count?
Yes, every magazine page counts for one page.