Library asks residents to book some reading time

Reading at least 300 minutes over winter break enters participants for prizes in Tulare County Library’s Winter Reading Challenge

VISALIA – Rainy days, foggy mornings and chilly nights are the perfect time to get cozy indoors and curl up with a good book by the fire. It might also bring some post-Christmas presents.

The Tulare County Library’s 3rd annual Winter Reading Challenge is underway and local residents of all ages can still register, read and record the amount of time they spend reading over the winter break. The reading challenge officially began on Dec. 21 but there is still plenty of time to read at least 300 minutes between now and Jan. 14, 2022 to be entered to win great prizes including Air Pods, Fire tablets, and gift cards, thanks to the Friends of the Tulare County Library.

Register for the Winter Reading Challenge at tularecountylibrary.beanstack.org or by picking up a bookmark reading lot at your local branch library. Also check out our official YouTube Channel, bit.ly/TCLibraryvideos, and Facebook page at www.facebook.com/tularecountylibrary.org for Winter Reading challenge videos and more. All minutes must be logged by Friday, January 14, 2022.

Tulare County Library serves all the citizens of Tulare County with locations in 17 communities, five book machines, an adult literacy center, Pop Up outreach and online at www.tularecountylibrary.org. Follow the Library on Facebook www.facebook.com/tularecountylibrary or your local branch’s page, Instagram, @tularecountylib, or Twitter twitter.com/TulareCountyLib.

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