Summer Reading Club


Join the West Babylon Public Library’s 2024 Summer Reading Club!

Clubs are available for babies, kids, teens and adults!

Earn a sign up prize – just for registering!


Join Summer Reading

Joining Summer Reading is as simple as registering through ReadSquared!

  • Go to: or download the ReadSquared App through the Apple or Google Play Store
  • Choose to register by yourself or as a family
        • If registering your entire family, input the parent’s information first and then the kids
  • Once your account is created you can log in on any platform, or download the app!

Link my ReadSquared Accounts?

  1. Log into your ReadSquared Account
  2. Navigate to the top right hand corner and select ‘Account’
  3. In the drop down menu select ‘Add Reader or Program’
  4. Either register the account you want to add or put in the username and password for the existing account you need to link!

Log a Book or Minutes?

    • To log a book, select the ‘Log’ button and input the type of book you read
    • Then add the title and author, plus a review if you would like!
    • Keep logging to earn points, purchase raffle tickets, and win prizes all summer long

Select Raffle Tickets?

Use the ‘Raffle’ tab

  • Select ‘Get Tickets’ and choose whichever basket you want to submit a raffle ticket for!
    • Tickets are purchased using points earned from logging minutes & books
  • You can see how many raffle tickets you have purchased under ‘My Raffle Tickets’
  • The final day to purchase tickets is August 16

Complete the Club

Kids (birth – entering grade 5) & Teens (entering grades 6-12): 

1 minute read = 1 point. Every 100 points gets you a prize and a virtual raffle ticket for one of our amazing Grand Prize baskets. Earn 1,000 points to complete the club & earn your finale prize!

Adults (18+):

1 book read = 200 points. Each level completed earns a virtual raffle ticket toward one of our Grand Prize Baskets! Earn 1,000 points to complete the club.

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