Florham Park Library Summer Reading 2020

Introducing Beanstack, an online system and mobile app that allows readers to track their minutes to unlock badges and rewards just for reading. Families will be able to register under one account with separate profiles for each reader. Each age group will have their own challenge: Early Literacy (0-4yrs.) will complete activities each week, K-5th readers will track their minutes, and Teens (6th Grade+) will track the number of books read this summer.

In addition to milestone prizes, K-5th readers & Teen readers will be entered to win one of three Grand Prizes at the end of the summer.

Registration has begun! 

Please do begin logging books until Monday, July  6. 

To Register:

Visit florhamparklib.beanstack.org

Click “Register Individual or Family”

Enter the Account Creator’s (parent) information including name, email, phone number, and library card.*

Enter Reader’s (child) information including name, age/grade, and school.

Join the Challenge for your age group. (Challenges will go LIVE on July 6. Any minutes, books, or activities logged before then will not count.)

Start Reading!


To Download the App:

Visit your app store or Google Play store.

Search “Beanstack Tracker”

Open App and enter Account Creator’s information to sign in.

If registering via the app, follow the registration instructions.

Explore the app’s features including ISBN scanning, self timer, and more.

Start Reading!


The Library is closed, but our Digital Collections are open! 

Can’t find something in the Cloud Library? Stuck on what to read next? Email Ms. Kate to see if she can help! Kate.Dinneny@florhamparklib.org


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