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June 18. 2013 5:56PM
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The opening week of the Abington Community Library’s Summer Reading Club for children, “Dig Into Reading,” was a busy one, with parents and children registering to take part in the annual program. Parents may want to “clip and save” the following updated information for logging their children’s summer reading progress online.


1. Go to Abington’s Home Page: www.lclshome.org/abington


2. Click on “Info for Children” (right hand side of computer screen)


3. This brings you to “Click here to log your books”


4. Select a program (choose “Dig Into Reading”)


5. Enter User Name and Password (these were assigned at the time of registration)


6. Login


7. Click on “Add/View”


8. Enter number of books read (titles are optional)


9. Save


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