Summer is almost over, but Library’s summer reading program still hot

Kids may be back in school and fall is fast approaching, but there’s still time to log summer reading titles. Chesterfield County Public Library’s annual summer reading program continues through Monday, Sept. 30. It’s not too late for library users to go online and create an account, log the books they’ve read, and print a certificate of completion. They can also check their account to see if they won one of the program’s weekly prizes, or the grand prize, an iPad Mini. Participants can view their summer reading accounts by going to the library’s website at library.chesterfield.gov, and logging in through the “summer reading” tab. As of Sept. 3, 7,056 people had registered for the library’s summer reading program.  

Chesterfield County Public Library patrons used more than 4 million print and digital materials in fiscal 2012, and the library welcomed 4.6 million visitors to its nine branches and its online catalog.

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