Posted by: montclairlibrary | July 27, 2013

Adult summer reading program

Book in grass photo by Florin Gorgan via Flickr

Sure, OPL offers summer reading programs for kids and teens — but did you know adults can get in on the fun, too?

Readers age 19 and up can read a book and write a short review, or complete three different library activities. Activities are easy and fun, and help you use the library in different ways:

Each review or a 3 activities earns you an entry in a raffle for fun prizes like a Kindle Fire HD, a Clipper card, or gift cards from Safeway and Fenton’s.

The contest runs through August 10th, and the grand prize raffle will be held August 24th. See the library for details and an activity card/entry form to get started. Happy reading!

P.S. Looking for some summer reading inspiration? Check out the themed lists from NPR critics, like “5 Forgotten Classics Worth Re-visiting” and “5 Great Historicals for Summer.”


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