Winter Reading Club: Adults, Teens, and Kids! (Lake Bluff Public Library)

Winter Reading Club: Adults, Teens, and Kids! (Lake Bluff Public Library)

More About Winter Reading Club: Adults, Teens, and Kids! (Lake Bluff Public Library)

Oh the weather outside is frightful, but the Library is so delightful... Winter is the perfect time to catch up on your reading! This year, the Adult and Youth Services departments collaborated on a newly redesigned Winter Reading Club for adults, teens, and children. WHAT'S NEW WITH THE WINTER READING CLUB? 1. We bring the log to you! Thanks to a generous donation from the Friends of the Lake Bluff Library, we were able to include Winter Reading Club logs in the Winter issue of the newsletter so you can get started reading right away! 2. You set your own reading goal. Whether that's one book or one hundred books, your Winter Reading Club goal is entirely up to you! Read as much as you want in order to participate. 3. A Winter Reading Club webform?! You betcha! We now have an online webform for turning in Winter Reading Club logs. Visit and you can fill out a digital version of your Winter Reading Club log (or print out extra paper copies if you prefer using the print version). 4. Any kind of reading counts—and attending programs, too! All reading counts: whether it's a print book, an eBook, an audiobook, or even reading a book to someone else. You can also count attendance at Library programs toward your Winter Reading Club goal. HOW IT WORKS: 1. Complete an activity. 2. Fill out a ticket (either online or on paper). 3. Turn in your ticket. 4. Receive a WRC pin. 5. Your ticket is entered into a raffle drawing for a prize. 6. Repeat as often as you want!

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Date: March 31, 2020

Carol Carter

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