Adult summer reading club 2024

Club information

  • Complete a reading challenge and then submit your challenge via the blue button below. You can also submit challenges in person at the 2nd or 3rd floor desks.
  • To be eligible to win prizes, you must register for the adult reading club online via the  green button above, or in person at the 2nd or 3rd floor desks.
  • Each completed challenge gets you an entry into that week’s prize draw, as well as into the grand prize draw at the end of the summer.
  • Every five completed challenges count as an additional entry into the grand prize draw.
  • Draws are every Friday from July 12 to Aug. 23 and the Grand Prize draw is on Aug. 30.
  • One book or activity can be counted for multiple challenges. Each challenge may only be completed once per person.
  • Challenges may be completed in any order.
  • This challenge is open to anyone 17+. Older teens are welcome to complete the Adult Summer Reading Challenge and the Teen Summer Reading Challenge at the same time.
  • All book formats can be counted towards the challenge, including ebooks, audiobooks, graphic novels, or however else you like to read!

Submit a challenge!


Submit your challenge completion form to be eligible for weekly prize draws!

  1. Read the first book in a series
  2. Read a book by a BIPOC author
  3. Read a book outside
  4. Read a book by a 2SLGBTQIA+ author
  5. Read a book by a North Shore author
  6. Cook a recipe from a cookbook
  7. Read a book set in a different time period
  8. Read a book published in 2024
  1. Visit our library's seed library and check out some seeds
  2. Listen to an audiobook or podcast
  3. Read a book from a different culture
  4. Read a romance
  5. Read a book translated from another language
  6. Attend a program or event at City Library or in The Plaza
  7. Read a book with an Indigenous protagonist
  8. Read a genre you've never tried before
  9. Read a nonfiction book
  1. Build a puzzle or play a board game
  2. Read a magazine or newspaper
  3. Read a book set on another continent
  4. Borrow a birding or hiking backpack from City Library
  5. Read a book that's been adapted into a movie or TV show
  6. Read your favourite genre
  7. Read a mystery
  8. Read a book set in the summer
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