Whitehall Township Public Library Program Home Page
Welcome to the Reading Program Home Page. Once you are logged in, you will be taken to your Reading Home Page.
Please be sure to select the proper tab.
Youth: Grade 3 - 5
Teen: Grade 6 - 12
Public Library catalog
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New users click on the
Sign Me Up
button in the Program's Home Page.
If you have previously registered for a program, enter your user name and password and click on the
Attention Teens Participants: Those entering grades 6-12 in September 2017 will NOT need a Whitehall Township Public Library card to register for the summer reading program. You will need a current Whitehall Township Public Library card to borrow our books. During registration you must create an appropriate user name and password. Reminder: We need you to register your child in the grade they will be going to in September 2017. Providing an email address when registering for the program will help to recover forgotten user name & passwords. Throughout the summer, utilize your user name and password to log books, author names and pages read. Please visit the library to renew, update your information, obtain a card, or replace your card. Juvenile Library cards will be issued to patrons from first grade to 17 years old requesting a card. Parent or guardian will need to have a card before signing a card for a child. Proof of address must be shown when applying for card. Thank you for joining us this summer! Mrs. Santaliz 2017.
Call the library X209 or X203 for registration help or log-In difficulties.
Thank you for joining us this summer! Mrs. Santaliz 2017
Call the library 610-432-4339 X209 or X203 for registration help or log-in difficulties.
Questions pertaining to all four groups: TODDLERS (6 months old - 17 months, and 18 months - 36 month), EASY READERS - Preschool (37 months - 5 years), Kindergarten (5-6 years), 1st and 2nd Graders, YOUTH (Grades 3-5), and TEENS (Grade 6-12), can be sent to Mrs. Santaliz - santaliz.L@whitehallpl.org OR 610-432-4339 X209.
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