Sequoyah Regional Library System’s 2021 Summer Reading Program, Tails & Tales, offers two months of free family events and no overdue library fines.

In June and July, programming will include a visit from Zoo Atlanta and Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, special story times, and a chance to meet exotic animals and birds up close.

For the full schedule, visit or pick up a summer reading program guide at the library.

During June and July, the library system is going fine-free to celebrate the summer reading program. Items returned to the library in that time will not have overdue fines. Some fines may be excluded. Ask library staff for details.

Participants in the summer reading program can track their reading on Beanstack, the library’s online portal where you can log the books or minutes you’ve read, post reviews, set reading goals, and complete summer challenges. Summer readers can be rewarded with the chance to win concert tickets, gift cards, food coupons, and more. All ages can participate in summer reading challenges through the end of July. Sign up individually or as a family by downloading the free Beanstack app or visiting

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