Teen Summer Reading: Free Tickets to All Your Favorite Things!

King County Libraries rock all year-long, but they are especially grooving during the summer when you can win prizes for reading or listening to anything you want! All you have to do is participate in Teen Summer Reading which is open to teens in grades 6-12 and runs from June 1 through August 31, 2018.

This year there are all kinds of prizes you can win including basketball, Wild Wave, and football tickets! All the prizes are one per participant, while supplies last.

How do you win these prizes?

Register for Summer Reading starting June 1 by picking up a teen reading log at any King County Library or register online.

You get:  

  • 2 free Seattle Storm vouchers.
  • An entry form for a chance to win Woodland Park Zoo tickets, Seattle Seahawk tickets and University of Washington Husky Football tickets. Drawings will be held the week of July 16.

Read for 8 hours or complete 5 library-related activities and turn in your halfway claim ticket at any King County Library after July 16.

You get:

  • 2 free Wild Waves Theme & Water Park tickets.

Read for 16 hours or complete 10 library-related activities and turn in your finisher claim ticket at any King County Library after July 16.

You get:

  • KCLS Reader Tote Bag.
  • An entry for a chance to win the Summer Reading grand prize at your library.

The Summer Reading Grand Prize is awarded at each library and the winner will receive 2 tickets to the Museum of Pop Culture, 1 ukulele with instruction book, and a tambourine. Grand Prize drawings will be held at each KCLS branch on September 4.

If you’re looking for somewhere to start all that reading check out the Teen Summer Reading booklist. If you need to find a program to attend, check out the KCLS Summer Reading page for a full list of all the summer reading programs. Enjoy the summer and happy reading!

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