Log books, participate in challenges, and write reviews with Beanstack!

Join in on our Beanstack challenges for all ages, including adults! Even when it’s not during our Make. Play. Read. Learn. Summer Program, we have challenges for you to participate in.

You can register on the Beanstack app, available through the App Store or Google Play, or on our Beanstack website.

How to create an account on the web
  • Go to the Beanstack landing page
  • Click “Register an Individual or Family” or “Register a Class or Group”
  • Fill out your information
  • Then add your child as a Reader to your account, if applicable.
  • Sign up for available challenges
  • Start logging!
How to create an account in the app
  • Download the Beanstack Tracker app from the App Store or Google Play
  • Open the app, touch Find Your School or Library
  • Type in “Chattanooga Public Library”
  • Touch Sign up!
  • Follow the prompts to enter your information
  • Touch Add a Reader to add family members
  • Touch Discover at the bottom of the screen to sign up for a reading challenge!
Once you’re signed up, you can track your reading, write book reviews, and participate in fun activities to earn digital badges and real prizes. 

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This year we’re challenging adults to read along with our youth all year long!

Head over to the Beanstack app to participate in a new challenge each month. 

January: Reading Reflections
All ages, reading and activity challenge

February: Black History Month
All ages, reading and activity challenge
 
March: Women’s History Month
All ages, reading and activity challenge
 
April-Mid May: Celebrate the Arts
All ages, reading and activity challenge 

Mid-May-July 31: Make. Play. Read. Learn
All ages, reading and activity challenge 
 
August: Bookworms Reading Challenge
Reading only challenge
  
September 15-October 15: Hispanic Heritage Month
  
November: Break
 
December: Bundle Up with Books 
Reading only challenge
  
January 2025: Mindfulness Challenge
activity challenge with minimal reading
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