Winter Reading Program


December 15 – January 19

Infant – Adult

Escape the cold this winter and snuggle up with a book!

For book lovers, there’s nothing better than curling up with a good book, blanket and a cup of tea on a cold winter night or day.

And because the winter can sometimes seem like it will never end, the Lamar Public Library is going to celebrate staying in… with a Winter Reading Challenge!

It’s really easy —


You don’t need to register to start this reading program!

Starting on December 15th, you can stop by the library and pick up a reading log.

The first time you return a reading log, we’ll just add your name to our records and start recording your logs.

Easy as pie!

The program is open to all ages!

You can read anything you’d like – as long as you’re reading, it counts!

Reading Logs:

Win Prizes for Reading! Each reading log is worth FOUR HOURS of reading.

Readers will keep track of total number of hours read.

We ask that the parent or day care provider sign the reading log to certify that the participant has indeed read that amount of time.

Only completed reading logs may be turned in at the circulation desk.

When you turn in a completed reading log, you get to pick a prize out of our library treasure chest!

Read, Read, Read!!

Library staff and/or volunteers may on occasion ask readers about the books they have read.

All reading logs must be turned in by January 19th.

We have set a total goal of 5,000 hours read!

Winter Reading Drawing:

At the end of the Winter Reading Program, all the completed reading logs will be placed in a drawing for a grand prize.

The more you read, the more chances you have to win!


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