Track your reading and earn prizes through Beanstack!
Beanstack is a website and app that allows you to track your reading and earn prizes by participating in reading challenges. You can register as an individual, family or classroom. Beanstack also has the ability to send you book recommendations based on your profile information and reading habits.
It only takes a few minutes to create a Beanstack account! Choose how you would like to register (as an individual, registering a child, registering a family or group) and complete all of the required fields on the online form.
Get the App
Follow the links below to find the free app in your Apple App or Google Play store under the name Beanstack Tracker. To register on the app, select “Find Your School or Library” and enter “Campbell County Public Library” in the search bar. Your search may return results for multiple libraries, so we recommend looking for our logo to make sure you have the right one.
STEAM Month Reading Challenge
Who’s ready for the STEAM Month Reading Challenge? Is your hand raised? If yes, here’s everything you need to know to read STEAM-themed books all month long (and maybe even score a prize for it).
First, sign up for the challenge on Beanstack at cc-pl.org/beanstack. Participants will earn one badge for each book they read in the STEAM categories (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math). Earn up to five badges, each of which gets participants an entry in a drawing for a prize.
Adults, teens and children can all get in on the fun! There will be one prize given per age group.
Children can win Picasso Tiles and a $25 Amazon gift card; teens can win a build-your-own Bluetooth speaker and a $25 Amazon gift card; and adults can win a $50 Amazon gift card.
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
The library’s 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program is a fun and exciting way to start your child on the path to success! It’s open to all children from newborn to five years, and participation is free.
Children receive a prize and sticker for every 100 books read to them. If your child completes the program, they are encouraged to complete it a second time!
Does it sound hard? If you read just one book at night, you will have read about 365 books in a year; that’s 1,095 in just three years.
Learn more about the program on the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten page.