Join the Let it Snow Reading Club!

Once again, you are invited to join KDL’s Let it Snow Reading Club for Adults. The more you read between December 1 and March 31, the more great prizes you can win!

When you sign up at your local KDL branch, you will receive a bingo card with squares representing various types of books including mystery, classic, historical, and your choice. Make one bingo and enter a bi-weekly drawing for gift certificates to local merchants. Complete an additional bingo to win a travel mug. And if you complete the entire card, you will be entered into the final drawing for a $50 gift certificate to area restaurants.

Visit your local KDL branch to sign up today! And while you’re there, don’t forget to pick up your Let it Snow collectible mugs. The 2007-2008 mugs from the KDL Alliance of Friends will be for sale at all KDL branches for $5.00.

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8 Responses to “Join the Let it Snow Reading Club!”

  1. Let It Snow! « Big Binder Says:

    [...] different categories of books.  The details for the “Let It Snow!” reading club are here. You have until March 1 to complete it.  Let’s get reading, Grand [...]

  2. Jennie Bottrell Says:

    I love the Let It Snow Reading Club! It’s great fun and a good way to read books you may not otherwise read. Keep up the great work.

  3. Tina Dalasinski Says:

    I love to read wish they had something like this for kids trying to get my daughter to read more she is 7 and in the 2nd grade.

  4. Colleen Hansen Says:

    I don’t live in Kent any longer, but still enjoy the Club. Just wish there was a way to join on line. Have a real good winter and read lots.

  5. Michelle Negus Says:

    I had my kids in the summer reading, they loved it!! As muck as I like to read this will be great.

  6. Betsy Braccio Says:

    This is a fun way to read types of books you might not normally read. You even have a chance to win a prize!!

  7. Ruth Wilson Says:

    Does anyone have a suggestions for the tropical fiction box? I was thinking Hiassen, but he’s Floridian, not really tropical.

  8. Patrice Vrona Says:

    Hi Ruth -

    You could try Jimmy Buffett’s “A Salty Piece of Land” or Jacquelyn Mitchard’s “Still Summer”. These are just two suggestions from a great book list that all the libraries have for reading in the different categories. Stop by your local branch to pick them up!