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Beanstack Digital Tracking for Summer Reading!

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What is Beanstack?

The Park County Libraries have a found a way for you to track your summer reading points/minutes/kindness tickets in a convenient way through your digital device! Beanstack is essentially FitBit for books and allows readers to log by minutes read, days read, or books read. The more time a patron spends reading or the more activities they complete, the more badges they will earn and the more prizes they are eligible to win. While all prize drawings will still be done through the libraries, Beanstack keeps track of points/minutes/kindness tickets earned and lets the patrons know when they are eligible for a prize. Patrons can then go to their library to retrieve that prize. Each Library in the Park County Library System is running a different type of Summer Reading Program based on their patrons needs and interests. Beanstack has been customized to fit each of those programs individually.

How do I get started?

On your device: Install the app “Beanstack Tracker”.

· Choose “At my library”.

· Click on Find a Site.

· Search for Park County Libraries.

· Click Sign-Up at the bottom and create an account, then Register as an individual or family.

· Choose your library and program

Online: Visit

· Create an account as an individual or family.

· Find your library and program

To log minutes, reviews, or activities:

Click the Log Reading and Activities button in the upper left corner of the website or on the blue plus sign in the app.

Earn a badge when you hit a reading landmark or complete activities. Scan book barcodes to enter books by title. Use the handy minute timer.

ATTENTION: Park County Libraries will be closed Saturday, July 2nd through Monday, July 4th for Independence Day.