Tween Reading Challenge
Students in grades 5-8 will be competing against each other for our annual TWEEN READING CHALLENGE. Each year there will be a different theme.
Individuals who read 5 books will be entered into a raffle for a grand prize. In addition, the grade that reads the most books will win a pizza party and bragging rights. Students must register to participate. This program runs during the week of spring break and the following week.
Summer Reading Challenge
Incoming 6th-12th graders are invited to participate in our Young Adult Summer Reading Program. For every book read, you’ll receive one entry in a drawing towards the prize basket of your choice. There are 8 different baskets to choose from, as well as many amazing programs. Winners will be announced at the end of the Summer Reading Program, which runs June-July.
TeenTober Reading Challenge
Students in grades 6-12 can sign up for our annual TeenTober Reading Challenge. Each year there will be a different theme. When signing up, they’ll be given a punch card with 5 challenges. Each time a teen completes one of the challenges, they’ll get to choose a prize. Once they have completed all challenges, their name will be put into a drawing for a grand prize! In addition, there’s an end of TeenTober party at the conclusion of October. This program runs through the entire month of October.
If you have more questions, call the library’s Young Adult Department at 574-546-2849 or email Ryan Calhoun at firstname.lastname@example.org