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Adult Winter Reading Program: Reading Takes You Places

January 15 - March 12

Get ready for some armchair travel this winter while participating in Carmel Clay Public Library's adult winter reading program, Reading Takes You Places. We're challenging you to read outside your borders and use our large collection of fiction and nonfiction titles to explore the world. Participants will read books of their choice set in different countries

Readers can get into the spirit of technology by reading ebooks or listening to audiobooks from our Overdrive and Hoopla collections. You don't have to have a tablet or smartphone to enjoy books this way--you can also read and listen in your web browser!

How the Adult Winter Reading Program Works

    Beginning January 15th sign up online here.

    Read up to 6 books set in 6 different countries, fiction or nonfiction, between January 15 and March 12.

    For each title you record (up to 6) you will be earn an entry into a gift card raffle of your choice. You will be able to designate which raffle you'd like to enter when you log your book. Each gift card has a value of $50.

    • Omoni Korean Grill
    • Amber Indian Restaurant
    • Jamaican Reggae Grill
    • Donatello's Italian Restaurant
    • Mandarin House Chinese Restaurant
    • World Market

    Receive a coupon to a local restaurant after you record your third title. You must come into the library by March 12to claim this prize.

    Record 6 titles and you'll get an embossed passport holder with postcards inside. You must come into the library by March 12 to claim this prize.

    Drawing for gift cards will take place March 13 and winners will be contacted by phone or email. Please enter your titles online at www.carmel.lib.in.us/wrp. If you need assistance entering books or you'd like more information about the winter reading program, you can drop by the Audiovisual Desk or the Readers' Advisory Desk at the library. Questions? Call the Audiovisual desk at 317-571-4281 or the Readers' Advisory desk at 317-814-3987.