Show how much you love reading throughout the month of February in this fun and friendly reading competition! Students and adults will be competing to see who can read the most books during February. Here’s how to participate:
Students (Anyone under 18 years old)
Read a book.
Ask your teacher or the Moon Lake librarian for a BLUE paper heart.
Write the title of the book you read, plus your name on the heart.
Turn the heart in to your teacher, who will give them to the librarian each Tuesday during February.
Adults (Ages 18 and older)
Read a book.
Pick up a WHITE paper heart from the Moon Lake community librarian.
Write the title of the book and your name on the heart and turn it in to the librarian.
Watch the hearts on the library windows to see who’s in the lead!
Do you have to be a Moon Lake student to participate as a student? No, this competition is open to everyone—homeschoolers, middle and high school students. As long as you are 17 or younger, you can participate as a student.
Does any book count? Even picture books? Graphic novels? Yes!
What if I read a book to my child? Does that count? Yes. That would count as a book for your child and also for you. Be sure to pick up your heart at Moon Lake Library.
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