1/5/2010 1:34:00 PM 'Hot Reads for Cold Nights' is 2010 adult winter reading program theme
"Hot Reads for Cold Nights: Connecting Minnesota Writers and Minnesota Readers," is the theme of the Adult Winter Reading Program.
The program began Jan. 1.
Windom Public Library, the Plum Creek Library System and Bookmobile have teamed up to give readers a chance to win great prizes this winter by participating in the Adult Winter Reading Program which runs through March 31.
There are just two requirements: you must be at least 16 years old and books you read or recorded books you listen to must be checked out at your library or bookmobile.
Readers are encouraged to invite friends, family and neighbors to participate in the winter reading program. And, the more you read the greater your chances for "hot" prizes.
For more details on how you can participate in the Winter Reading Program and to take a sneak peek at some of the prizes you can win, ask Windom Public Librarian Joan Hunter.
The library that turns in the most number of books read in ratio to its service area will also get to display the Champion Readers' Traveling Trophy for one year.