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Reading Program for Adults

From September 4th - November 30th, everything you need is available at the Information Desk or online.

Participate as much as you like for entries into our drawings for gift cards and other prizes.

Prizes for participating? YES!

A drawing will be held on the first week of December. Two prize winners will receive a $50 gift card for their choice of The Book Table, Amazon.com, or Walmart, and ten other winners will be able to choose from a selection of smaller prizes.

Sign up Form

Fill out 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 some of reading suggestions found on our Books and Reading pages, our adult services librarians have put together a couple suggested reading lists, both fiction and nonfiction. Printable book list with reading suggestions and the Reading Program Instructions.

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Participate in any or all of the following ways

Reading Bookmarks
Mark the hours you read or listen to a book Sep-Nov on the bookmark provided (we don't care how or what you read). More bookmarks are available at the Information Desk or online.
Return bookmarks to the Information Desk or submit online before the library closes on November 30 for an entry into the drawing (one entry for every five hours of reading).
Book Reviews
Write a short review of a book, audiobook or article you have read Sep-Nov on the printable form or in the online form. More review sheets are available at the Information desk or online.
Return completed reviews to the Information Desk or submit online before the library closes on November 30 for entries into the drawing (one entry per review).
Community Read
Read Willa Cather's My Antonia sometime during Sep-Nov.
Return the completed community read sheet to the Information Desk before the library closes on November 30 for ten entries into the drawing.
Reading Bingo
Read books Sep-Nov 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.
Return the completed bingo sheet to the Information Desk before the library closes on November 30 for entries into the drawing (five entries per bingo).
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Printable Instructions

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Reviews
by our library patrons

The Horror at Red Hook
by H.P. Lovecraft

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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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