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Welcome to GAME ON!

The Chattahoochee Valley Libraries 2016 Summer Reading Challenge!

Now through July 31, 2016

Welcome to GAME ON! Georgia's most exciting Summer Reading Challenge is back and better than ever! This year our program has the same rules for EVERYONE–babies, kids, teens and adults. Signing up is free and easy, click “register" below to get started.

Parents: If you would like to create a Family Account, please register yourself first and then register your children under your account.

It’s simple: Earn points for doing all kinds of stuff over the summer, like reading, going to library events, using our online resources and more.

On your logging page you can:

1. Enter the minutes you read each day.

2. Note the activities in which you participate... the activities will be listed on the right hand side of the page for your reference.

3. Complete a simple one-time-only mission for even more points.

That's it! Once you hit 25 points, you've earned a small completion prize and you're entered into our Grand Prize drawing for a chance to win iPads, Kindle HD's, LeapPads, Books, Gift Certificates and more! Best of all, you can keep earning points all summer! For every 25 points you get another completion prize (one per week, please) and another entry in the grand prize drawing.

Wondering how to add family members, get badges and earn points? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions.

How it Works:

  • Register for an account.
  • Log in to your account, record your reading, and explore other ways to earn points by attending library programs, downloading books and other items from our website CVLGA.ORG and more.
  • Once you earn 25 points you win! Just visit any branch of the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries to collect a small completion prize (one prize per week, please). You'll be automatically entered into our Grand Prize Drawing for a chance to win iPads, Kindle HDs, LeapPads and more!
  • For more details, click on the tab for your club. 

Put reading first with 20 minutes a day spent reading or being read to this summer:

  1. Sign up the whole family for GAME ON! offered by the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries (sign up to track your reading online).
  2. Visit your local library again and again this summer. Ask your librarian for suggestions of great books to read yourself or your children. Check out some of our reading lists for all ages.
  3. Set a goal of reading 20 minutes every day. For very young children and struggling readers, that can be spread out through the day. Use the online games and track your reading to unlock cool new game levels, activities and more!
  4. Make reading fun all summer long! 

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate?
Everyone! Babies, toddlers, preschoolers, children, teens, adults — the age doesn't matter. Children too young to read by themselves are welcome to participate by having a parent or caretaker sign them up and read to them.

Can I count books that I read on my computer or e-reader?
Of course! We like reading in all its formats!

Can I count time that I spend reading to my kids?
YES! We love when you read to your kids! You can participate as a family... and when you read the books together, everyone gets to count that time on their reading logs!

Can I count audiobooks?
I'm listening... You bet!

Can I count the time that I spend reading a book even if I don’t finish it?
Absolutely! Twenty minutes reading is great, no matter if you finish or not.

Can I join the program after its official start date?
You bet! And if you can remember any reading that you’ve done after the official start date, you’re welcome to go back and count that.

Can I count reading that I’ve done before the official start date?
Actually, we do ask that you count only reading you’ve done within the official dates of the program (May 9 - July 31, 2016). The purpose of GAME ON! is to encourage reading during the time when school is out. This helps our students avoid the dreaded "Summer Reading Loss"...  studies show that students who don't read during the summer often drop a reading level or more when school starts in the fall.


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