Children’s Winter Reading 2022-2023

The ground trembles, you hear a loud roar, what can it be? It’s dinosaurs and they are here to have some reading fun during the library’s Winter Reading Program! From December 17 to January 28,  kids (and grown ups) will have a chance to read books about your favorite dinosaurs or anything else that captures your imagination!

To complete the Winter Reading Challenge, you just need to read 600 minutes over 6 weeks. To help keep track of all those reading minutes, the library will again be using ReaderZone. If you haven’t tried ReaderZone, it is an easy to use app that not only helps you keep track of your minutes, but it will also help you keep track of the books you have read. When you sign into  the ReaderZone app, it will ask you for a code. The Children’s Winter Reading code is  631a3. If apps are not your thing, you can access ReaderZone on computers at home or here at the library. Accounts can be set up in advance, but you can’t log minutes until the first day of Winter Reading, which is December 17. We will also have paper logs available. 

To be eligible for the grand prize, you need to complete the Winter Reading Challenge. Your name will be entered into a drawing for a bundle of dino-themed prizes. Winners will be announced at the Winter Reading pizza party on Saturday, January 28.

For more information about Winter Reading, check out the library calendar online or pick up the library’s newsletter. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter for the latest Winter Reading news.

More Stories