This year, children who participate in the Summer Reading Club at the created original bookmarks promoting reading.
The bookmarks are now on display at the library in the main foyer, and members of the public are invited to vote on their favorite one.
"People are really getting into it," Library Director Diane O'Brien said. "I didn't think they'd take it so seriously."
The bookmarks have a unique label, and people who visit the library can submit secret ballots for their favorite bookmark in each age group.
Voting remains open until Saturday, July 21.