TEEN SUMMER CHALLENGE

Face dozens of challenges designed to explore your world.

Finish activities to earn points and unlock new challenges.

Exchange your points for a shot at awesome rewards!

A WORLD OF ADVENTURE AWAITS

Challenge yourself to explore your interests, your library, and your community through a variety of activities that offer something for everyone! Anyone 13 or older can register and participate, but to earn prizes you’ll need to be a teen with a valid Pierce County Library Card.

LATEST ACTIVITY

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    3057 points

    Watchmen
    Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons
    Everything you've heard about this graphic novel, first published as a 12-issue series in 1986 and 1987, is true. It broke the ground; it changed the game. There is a reason people still press it into the hands of those who've never read a comic before. Alan Moore's jaundiced deconstruction of the American superhero — "What if they were horny, insecure sociopaths?"— is showing its age, given that it continues to inspire hordes of lesser, grim-and-gritty imitators. But Dave Gibbons' art, laid out in that meticulous, nine-panel grid, still works astonishingly well, whether he is capturing the intimate (a fleeting facial expression during a couple's argument) or the cosmic (a crystalline clockwork castle rising out of the red dust of Mars).
    I love this book because it is a thriller

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    3057 points

    Watchmen
    Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons
    Everything you've heard about this graphic novel, first published as a 12-issue series in 1986 and 1987, is true. It broke the ground; it changed the game. There is a reason people still press it into the hands of those who've never read a comic before. Alan Moore's jaundiced deconstruction of the American superhero — "What if they were horny, insecure sociopaths?"— is showing its age, given that it continues to inspire hordes of lesser, grim-and-gritty imitators. But Dave Gibbons' art, laid out in that meticulous, nine-panel grid, still works astonishingly well, whether he is capturing the intimate (a fleeting facial expression during a couple's argument) or the cosmic (a crystalline clockwork castle rising out of the red dust of Mars).
    I love this book because it is a thriller

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    3057 points

    its cool

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    3057 points
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    I've seen it

WORK TOGETHER

New challenges every Monday!

Teens Participating

328

Challenges Completed

1208

Activities Completed

15570

Total Hours Read This Summer

6094

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