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Reading Program For Adults
Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Suffrage in the United States!

Spring2020 Reading Program

How it works

From March 2 to May 30, track your reading time, write a review, play reading bingo, or find suffrage history for entries into our drawings for gift cards and other prizes. Everything you need is available at the Information Desk or here on this page.

Participate as much as you like and then turn in all your entries before the library closes on May 30.

Win prizes!

Drawings will be held during the first week of June. Two grand prize winners will receive a $50 gift card from their choice of The Book Table, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, or Amazon.com. Ten other winners will choose from a selection of smaller prizes.

Sign up

Submit online or print and bring the form to the library Information Desk.

What can I read?

Anything counts: books, newspapers, magazines, articles on the Web, listening to audiobooks, etc. If you are looking for a good book, check out the reading suggestions found on ourBooks and Reading page where our adult services librarians have compiled suggested reading lists, both fiction and nonfiction.

Participate in any or all of the following ways

Track Your Reading
Mark the hours you read or listen to a book Mar-May on the bookmark provided or submit online (we don't care how or what you read). More bookmarks are available upon request.
Earn one entry into the drawing for every five hours of reading.
Write a Review
Write a short review of a book, audiobook or article you have read Mar-May on the sheet provided or online. More sheets are available upon request.
Earn one entry into the drawing for every book review.
Play Reading Bingo
Read books Mar-May fitting the descriptions in five boxes in a row (vertical, horizontal, diagonal) on the bingo sheet provided and mark off the boxes as you finish them. More sheets are available upon request.
Earn five entries into the drawing for every bingo.
Find Suffrage History
Between Mar-May, search for "suffrage" on Utah Digital Newspapers, read three articles you find there, and fill out the form provided by the library. More sheets are available upon request.
Earn one entry into the drawing for each form filled out and turned in.

Printable Instructions

by our library patrons

The Horror at Red Hook
by H.P. Lovecraft



This story seems to be an experiment at how law enforcement might encounter Lovecraftian horrors. It seems strange that a man from Ireland would randomly want to move to New York to be a police office . . . Read More

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