#WPPLreads: Kids Stuck at Home Reading Program

How many books do you think White Plains kids ages 0-12 can read before the pandemic crisis is all over? 1000? More?!?! Let’s find out.

While this is mostly for fun and to put forth a challenge to the community to engage in reading while at home, participants will earn badges for their reading, and the Library is working on coming up with ideas for fun digital/virtual prizes. Stay tuned.

Need a book? Check out White Plains Public Library's website for access to eBooks,  digital audiobooks, and more on Overdrive or Libby, Hoopla, TumbleBooks, and other digital resources!

Need a Library card to access those materials? NO PROBLEM. As long as you live in White Plains, you can get a virtual library card here.

Be sure to take a picture and share your reading on social media with #WPPLreads.

Sign up for #WPPLreads: Kids Stuck at Home Reading Program here.

Categories: Authors & Books, eNewsletter, Featured, Homepage Family CV, Homepage Kids, and Kids.


  1. Sara

    Benjamin, age 7 1/2, thinks WP kids can read 1659 books before the crisis is over. He as personally read about 50 since this started.
    Isaac, age 5 1/2, thinks WP kids can read 4688 books. He has already read about 50 books as well.
    Naomi, age 3 1/2, says 1000 books. She has read about 30 so far.

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