SUMMER READING EXTRAVAGANZA!
Kick Off to the Summer Reading Program
In the summer months, we showcase Pittsburgh as a City of Readers through our Summer Reading Program – and this year is no different! Reading at least five books, magazines, eBooks or audiobooks during the summer helps to keep brains of all ages sharp and prepares children and teens to go back to school ready to learn.
Due to safety reasons related to COVID-19, we are unable to offer prizes as we have in past years. Instead get involved by creating your own Summer Reading experiences and imagine your very own story!
Join CLP’s Summer Reading 2020 program in Beanstack and log your books online or use the Beanstalk Tracker App! Cross the finish line after reading 5 books – but help us be a City of Readers and read as much as you like all summer long!
Teen Book Recommendations: Teen librarians reveal their favorite titles
1 Minute Reviews: Quick and thoughtful book talks with CLP librarians
Adults – Instagram IGTV Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays
Kids – Instagram Stories Tuesdays & Thursdays
Virtual Genealogy: Tips and tricks for researching your family tree online
Tuesdays & Fridays
Storytime Shorts: Entertaining songs, rhymes and early literacy tips
@carnegielibrary Instagram Stories
Mondays & Wednesdays
Teen Time @ Home
@clpteenspace Instagram Stories
Virtual Book Club: Join lively online discussions with fellow book lovers
Monday, June 1, 15 and 29 at 2 pm and 7 pm
Creative Course Club: Get crafty and learn something new with a group of online friends
Mondays & Thursdays
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Social Services Referrals – information on urgent needs including housing, food and mental health services.
Business Questions – business plans, marketing resources and other business planning and research.
Career Assistance – résumé, cover letter and interview prep.
Digital Literacy Support – for help with computers, or we’ll help you and resources if you are helping others.
eResources Help –find, borrow and read or listen to eBooks, audiobooks, music and more on your device.
Genealogy Inquiries – assistance navigating online sources for researching your family history.
Nonprofit Help – accessing the Foundation Directory Online.