Share Your Story and Win!

February is Library Lovers Month and we are celebrating with a fun contest. If you use this form to share your library story during the month of February, you will be entered to win a Sony eReader! Whether your story is heartwarming, humorous, simple or sensational, we want to hear from you!

Select stories may end up on the Branches page of our website. Take a minute and read the great stories already featured.

Happy Library Lovers Month!

Written by Katie


Katie is a Communications Assistant and helps spread the word about all the amazing things taking place at KDL. She loves her job so much that she returned to it following a four-year stint as a stay-at-home mom!

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4 Responses to “Share Your Story and Win!”

  1. Deb Says:

    My big brother liked to go to the library downtown to do research. He would always take me along and I would spend my time in the children’s room finding all sorts of wonderful books. I loved the smell of the books, the colorful covers and the quiet solitude. I always left with an armload of books. He instilled a love of the library in me and I still love the library 40-some years later.

  2. Katie Says:

    Thanks for sharing Deb! Make sure to fill out our online form (link can be found in the blog post) in order to be registered to win.

    KDL Staff

  3. Jaime Brooks Says:

    I have been going to the library for as long as I could remember. For the past 25 years I have been going to the Kent City Library. I love the small cozy feeling that the place has. It is nice to just go in, and set in one of the cozy chairs with a good book. Thank you KDL for all you do in keeping the library free for people to use

  4. Morgan Says:

    Thanks for commenting, Deb and Jaime. We hope you’ll both fill out the form in order to be entered into the contest. Any memories you can share about any materials you’ve checked out and why — plus what if any impact they had on your life — would be most helpful. We love to hear about all the ways the library impacts people’s lives.