How the Program Works
Read books or listen to audiobooks and earn prizes. Enter your titles on this website. Then visit the Audiovisual Services Desk or the Readers' Advisory Desk to pick up your prizes.
The last day to enter titles and pick up prizes is Sunday, March 9.
Prizes2-title = a pen with a touch screen stylus
6-title = a bistro mug
Century Reader Option
For an extra challenge, you may choose to read books from different decades between 1914 and 2014. These can be books published in a decade, set in a decade, or written about a decade.
If each of your six titles is from a different decade, you will be automatically entered into the Century Reader prize drawing to be held at the end of the program. Three winners will each receive a $40 gift certificate to Woody's Library Restaurant, located in the original Carnegie library building.
ExamplesBooks that could be entered for the 1920s:
- The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (novel published in the 1920s)
- Live by Night by Dennis Lehane (novel set in the 1920s)
- Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition by Daniel Okrent (nonfiction about the 1920s)