GLS Summer Reading Program

Georgia Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (GLS) aims to provide an inclusive program to engage students and adults through independent reading, reading activities and programs during the summer months. The GLS Summer Reading Program is divided into three groups: birth to age 10, ages 11-17, and ages 18 and up. Patrons who register will receive a welcome packet, an incentive packet, and a certificate of completion.

  • To complete the GLS Summer Reading Program, individuals must:
  • Children: Read at least 16 books or 60 hours
  • Young Adults: Read at least 8 books or 64 hours
  • Adults: Read at least 12 books or 120 hours there will be more prizes for patrons that read more
  • Participate in at least one GLS virtual or in person program or trivia
  • Read at least three books from the prepared booklist
  • To complete the GLS Summer Reading Program, individuals must:
  • Children: Read at least 16 books or 60 hours
  • Young Adults: Read at least 8 books or 64 hours
  • Adults: Read at least 12 books or 120 hours there will be more prizes for patrons that read more
  • Participate in at least one GLS virtual or in person program or trivia
  • Read at least three books from the prepared booklist

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