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Library program offers big prizes for reading

The Los Angeles County Library system wants to make reading fun this summer and is encouraging children, teens and adults to take part in its Summer Discovery Program.

“We’re celebrating reading, learning, and exploration, and all ages can participate,” a news release said. “Join as an individual or family to log books read, write reviews, and complete fun activities with a chance to earn free books, and more.”

Participants can partake in the summer program in three easy steps.

Participants must first register for the L.A. County’s Summer Discovery Program by logging on to https://lacountylibrary.beanstack.com/reader365. Then participants must choose the age group they are registering for.

Once your profile is completed, all that’s left to do is “log books and complete activities to earn incentives and prizes along the way,” the event’s description read.

The summer challenge is sponsored by the Los Angeles County Library Foundation and Union Bank and is set to run until August 14.

For more information about the program, contact your local library branch or go online to lacountylibrary.org/contactus.

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