Adult Winter Reading

Adult Winter Reading 2017

January 17th though February 24th

Easy as 1,2,3!

1. Read – You can read anything you like.

2. Record – Keep track of time you spend reading, or the title.

3. Win! – Submit a drawing slip at the front desk.

Notice there wasn’t a “Register” step in there? That’s because you don’t even have to register to start! Start any time and set your own pace. Count any reading you’ve done since the program started.

Tell me more!

Participate: Join any time that the program is going on. There’s no registration– fill out a slip to win a prize for time spent reading, or items read. That’s it.

Prizes: There are plenty of opportunities to win prizes! Submit a drawing slip at the front desk.  We will draw for prizes at noon each Friday of the program.

You can fill out a slip for every two hours spent reading or you can fill out a slip for every item read. You can count one way or the other, but not both.

Each drawing slip will be saved each week and put in to the Grand Prize bucket! This year’s Grand Prize is a Kindle Fire HD tablet!

Sponsors: We could not have done this program without all of our wonderful sponsors. Please give them a great big “Thank you!” next time you stop by their business:

Applebee’s, Baker Arts center, Braum’s, Classy rack, Conestoga Energy Partners, Coronado Museum, Kansasland Tire, PBS Computer, Southgate Cinema 6, and Walmart Supercenter

Questions

Can I count magazines, newspapers, online articles, or text books? Definitely!

Can I count books that I read on my computer or ereader? Of course! It’s all the same to us.

Can I count time that I spend reading to my kids? For sure! We love when you read to your kids!

Can I count audiobooks? Yep!

Can I start the program after the official start date? You bet!

How do I know what prizes will be available? We’ll have lists at the Front Desk.

How do I win a prize? Submit a drawing slip at the front desk when you finish a book, or do two hours of reading. We will draw for prizes at noon each Friday of the program.

What if I have more questions? Call or ask at the circulation desk at the library.