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Summer Reading for Adults: Literary Elements

2014 Summer Reading for Adults: Literary Elements (periodic table from poster)

Who: For all readers 18 years or older
What: A free program that gives you prizes just for reading
When: May 31-August 2, 2014
Where: All Enoch Pratt Free Library locations
Why: Read good books, play games, and win prizes

How to participate:

Step 1: Read. Go to your local library and fill out an entry form for every book you read this summer and drop it in the Adult Summer Reading Box, or submit an entry form online. Literary Elements green bag: participation prize for Adult Summer Reading 2014There is no limit on the number of times you can enter, but each entry must be for a different book. Please submit all your entries to only one Pratt Library location.

Step 2: Collect prizes. The more you read, the more chances you have to win! Everyone receives a prize for participating, while supplies last. To claim this prize, see a staff member. (At the Central Library, see Fiction Department staff.) Each completed entry will be placed in a drawing for one of four fabulous prizes awarded at each Pratt Library location. All readers will also be eligible for a chance to win the GRAND prize, a Nook. Special thanks to these contributors for our prizes!

Online Fun: Play “Literary Deductions.” Persons with the most correct entries will be entered into a raffle for a special luncheon with Pratt Library CEO, Dr. Carla Hayden on August 23rd. The lucky winner will be notified by email or telephone. Go to the Literary Deductions videos to play now

What to read?

Free Summer Programs

Updates & book reviews on the blog

 Summer Reading for All Ages: Children, Teens, and Adults


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