Ring in the new year by taking on Tyler Public Library’s Winter Reading Challenge. Log your reading and win rewards!
The Library’s Winter Reading Challenge will kick off Monday, Dec. 14 and end Friday, Jan. 15.
Winter Reading Challenge Kickoff
Dec. 14 | 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.: Sign up for the challenge and join Library staff for kick-off activities, including collecting a chocolate treasure coin, playing Dragon I-Spy, picking up a take-home Pipe Cleaner Ice Dragon Craft Kit, taking a picture in the photobooth with Ember the Ice Dragon, and picking up a Mouse House Craft Kit or Crazy Cocoa Kit!
Challenge and Rewards:
Children, tweens and teens age 0 to Grade 12 are challenged to read six hours. Those who complete the challenge can choose a free book to keep from a selection provided by The Friends of the Tyler Public Library. They will also have their name entered into a raffle to win a coupon for the Library’s 3D printer valued at $3, $5 or $10.
Adults ages 18 and older are challenged to read three books. Those who complete the challenge will receive a free book coupon to use in the Library’s Book Nook. They will also have their name entered into a raffle to win a coupon for the Library’s 3D printer valued at $3, $5 or $10.
Signing Up and Logging Time Read:
Sign up for the Winter Reading Challenge by visiting www.tpl.beanstack.org or click on the Beanstack reading log link at www.TylerLibrary.com. Patrons may register as an individual, family, class or group. Hours or books read may be logged beginning Dec. 14.