READsquared

Summer can be a busy time, and many library patrons from babies to adults engage in our Summer Reading Program. READsquared is Midland County Public Library's online readers' advisory and reading program tool. Kids and adults can earn digital badges for logging the books they read.

Keeping Track

The program keeps track of all the points a reader earns and notifies him or her when prizes are won for reading achievement. Educational games unlock as more points and badges are awarded and the missions offer points for completing tasks such as outdoor activities and art projects. Visit the Midland READsquared website to register or log-in.

If you would like a paper reading log, we have those available at the Centennial Library, too.

Sign Up

Sign up online by visiting our Midland READsquared website or at the Centennial Library beginning May 1.

Create a Family Account

If you are a parent or guardian and would like to create a family account to manage your children's accounts, simply follow the directions to create an account for yourself, then follow the prompts to register your children. If you have already created an account for yourself, log in and click on the "Account" button on the top menu of your screen, then select "Add Child Account." If your child also already has an account, select "Link Existing Account."

Youth Participation

  • Read to Me Club – For babies and children who will be read to by a parent or siblings. Points awarded for number of books read.
  • Emergent Readers Club – For children who are beginning to read with help. Points awarded for number of hours read.
  • Readers Club – For children who car read on their own. Points awarded for hours read.
  • Teens – For ages 13 to 19 only. Points awarded for number of pages read. Requires 1,600 points required to complete the program.