Imagine Your Story
2020 Adult Summer Reading Program

Ages 18 and Up
June 15 – August 31, 2020


Please join us for Groton’s annual Adult Summer Reading Program!

How does it work?

Sign up ONLINE, or call the Circulation Desk at 978-448-1167 beginning Monday, June 15, 2020. We will be HAPPY to help you get started!

  • Early Bird Special – sign up by June 30, 2020, and we will waive your fines!

  • Then read, read, read whatever you like, to your heart's content! (Or listen, listen, listen, if you prefer audiobooks.) All adult books, young adult books, graphic novels, ebooks and audiobooks count.

  • Record your reading ONLINE at Enter the ISBN, or title and author of each book. If you choose to write a short review, we will share it anonymously on this website with your fellow booklovers.
Did someone say PRIZES?

The more you read & record your reading, the greater your chances of winning a weekly prize drawing and earning a super end of summer reading gift card! ($5, $10 & $15 gift card levels)

  • Logging 1 book enters you into all 10 Weekly Prize Drawings! Winners receive a $20 Barnes & Noble e-Gift Card.

  • Loaves & Fishes
  • Your summer reading supports a good cause! For every 5 books you read, the GPL Endowment Trust will donate $2 to the Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry.

You may also wish to try the fun-filled Magic Academy Masters! Summer Reading Challenge.

GPL Magic Academy Masters

GPL’S MAGIC ACADEMY: MASTERS! ADULT READING CHALLENGE! Are you over 18 and convinced your letter to the Magic Academy was lost in the owl post? Have no fear! This summer you can enroll in Magic Academy: Masters! Complete an activity and reading of your choice from ten different magical "courses" to earn your diploma! These activities involve a little bit of reading and a little bit of magic! Instructions available online or call us at 978-448-1167 to sign up and solemnly swear you are up to no good! Runs June 15 to August 31.

All library programs supported by the GPL Endowment Trust and the Town of Groton’s Trust Funds’ Lecture Fund.