Charleston County Public Library's summer reading program encourages and rewards children ages 11 and younger for reading or listening to stories. Use the library's summer reading log to keep track of what you read, and turn it in for great prizes. Prize drawings are held throughout the summer, and all you need to do is visit the library or attend a program to enter. Enjoy this FREE program at any of our locations from June through August.
Every week at each branch, prizes will be drawn from those visiting the branch or attending one of our many great programs.
Dig Into Monthly RiverDogs Bonus Prizes June: Sit side-by-side with play-by-play announcer Sean Houston during a RiverDogs game. July: Visit The Joe baseball stadium, and take a behind-the-scenes tour.
Dig Into Reading Branch Grand Prizes Sixteen lucky winners will receive an amazing package with prizes from our generous sponsors and a chance to walk the Field of Dreams at the "Celebrate Summer Reading with the Riverdogs" game on August 11.
Summer Reading for Babies
It's never too early to introduce babies and toddlers to the library.
Dig Into Reading for Babies, a program designed for pre-readers, helps build early literacy skills with simple, fun activities that parents and children can do together. Pick up a form, complete the tasks and turn it in for a free board book. Babies' grown-ups can enter a drawing to win a Dig Into Reading tote bag to carry those board books when visiting the library.