Imagine Your (Virtual) Summer 2020!
This summer, our summer reading program is going virtual!! All ages can register for their summer reading program at
Or Download the Beanstack app on iOS or Android
At this time, the Library will not be able to hand out halfway or final prizes for our summer reading programs. When the Library is able to be opened for curbside pickup or for patron visits, this website will be updated to reflect how you can pick up your summer reading prizes or activities.
Events and Activities
Though we may not be doing in-person events and activities like previous summers, AHPL is still committed to bringing you the same great programming, only now with the power of the internet! Visit our Digital Events page for brand new videos and activities to try at home every week!
Visit Us (Online)!
Our programs this summer will be going virtual as well! Make sure you follow the Auburn Hills Public Library on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to see all of the programs we are doing!
If you have questions about this year’s summer reading program or Library services, please contact the youth staff by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Information for…
I don’t have a library card! How can I get one?
You can sign up for a Library card virtually by using our online form! If you are an Auburn Hills resident and are over 18 years old, you can receive a virtual card and take advantage of our online resources. However, you do not need a library card to participate in summer reading! Click here for the online form.
What if I don’t have a reliable internet source/am unable to participate in an online summer reading program?
Our youth staff has also made print logs for the Bouncing Babies, Pathfinders, and Trailblazers program. To request a print log, please email email@example.com.
How can I check out books this summer?
Using your library card, you can use our digital resources to check out ebooks, audiobooks, and graphic novels on Hoopla and Libby.
Do ebooks count for my child’s summer reading program?
Yes! Ebooks, audiobooks, and graphic novels all count for our summer reading program.