VIDEO: Teen Services Librarian Brittany Tuttle Discusses Summer Reading Program For Grades 4-8

WILMINGTON, MA — Watch the latest episode of “Talk of the Town” with WCTV’s Lisa Kapala featuring quick, feel-good stories from around town.

In this episode, Kapala interviews Wilmington Memorial Library Teen Services Librarian Brittany Tuttle about the library’s summer reading program for Grades 4-8. Registration is now open.

This summer, students in Grades 4-8 are reading and accomplishing challenges to earn digital badges and entries into raffles. All participants who complete the program will receive a free ice cream from The Corner Store. Students will log their reading through an online tool called “Beanstack,” which also has an app. The program is entirely free. Registration began Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Anyone with questions about the program can contact Brittany at

Tuttle noted that all her events for teens and Grades 4-5 will be held virtually this summer.

Information about the Summer Reading Program for toddlers, preschoolers and students up to Grade 3 can be found HERE.

Watch the 6-minute episode, courtesy of Wilmington Community Television, below:

(NOTE: If this video doesn’t play, try watching it HERE.)

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