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The Great Reading Adventure

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The Great Reading Adventure is a robust, open source software designed to manage library reading programs online. The GRA is free to use, modify, and share. Check out for an overview of its functionality and capabilities and the manual for information about installing and using it.

You can view the latest release notes or download the latest version (4.4.0).

Version 4 of The Great Reading Adventure was created using Microsoft .NET. It's cross-platform (working in Linux, macOS, and Windows). For information on installing this version please review the System requirements in the manual.

Stuck? Need help?

You can visit the Great Reading Adventure discussions for the following:

  • Announcements/General to see what's going on with the project
  • Development discussion if you want to contribute code or documentation
  • Help with installation, use, errors, or upgrading of the software
  • Share your ideas for enhancements and improvements to the software


The master branch contains the latest release, active development occurs on the develop branch. Developer documentation can be found in the project; developers can be reached via development discussions.

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The Great Reading Adventure source code is distributed under The MIT License. For other included packages, please see the file.

The Great Reading Adventure was initially developed by the Maricopa County Library District with support by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.