Auburn Public Library launches ‘At-Home Read-Along 2’


Special to the
Opelika Observer

The Auburn Public Library’s first At-Home Read-Along is complete. The Auburn community did a fantastic job reading at home, reading a total of 52,288 minutes and 302 books. The drawing is complete, and Daniel J. won a $50 gift card to Tiger Town to Go. Congrats, Daniel!
The library wants to continue this great reading streak. Did you know that with just 20 minutes of reading a day, you can maintain your literacy skills? If one stops reading altogether, literacy skill loss will occur in as a little as one month of no reading. So let’s make sure we are keeping our literacy skills sharp at home by reading at least 20 minutes a day.
To keep the fun going, the Auburn Public Library is happy to announce a second At-Home Read-Along, aptly named “At-Home Read-Along 2.”
Since this is the second go-around, this time we will award two $50 gift certificates, one from Tiger Town to Go and one to Fetch Me Delivery Auburn. Participation will work the same – simply sign into our Beanstack app and sign-up for the At-Home Read-Along 2. The program will run until May 22.
For more information, visit to find the Beanstack link, call 334-501-3296 or send email to


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