But it is that time of year again. The Pikes Peak Library District Adult Reading Program. I signed hubby & I up for it today, as you can sign up online.
Why should kids get all the fun?
The challenge is to read 8 books by March 8. There are prizes, including a candy bar from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and a coffee mug (I'm drinking from my 2008-09 program mug right now!) Getting 4 by 2/15 or 8 by 3/8 gets you into drawings for great prizes like a $50 King Soopers gift card (King Soopers is Colorado's version of Kroger!) or a gift basket from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.
If I meet the other challenges I set for myself, I'll have no problem meeting these!
- The Gospel According to Lost by Chris Seay
- Inside the Revolution by Joel Rosenberg
- The Hidden Flame by Davis Bunn and Janette Oke
Stumbled upon your blog recently and enjoying it. I am hosting an art giveaway that you might find interesting. Stop by when you have a chance and take a peek.
Your post about the library reading program made me think about my reading log. I have kept a log of all of the books I have read for the past 15 years. (Yes, I know I'm admitting that I'm a nerd!) I'd love to know which 8 books you read by March 8. And I hope you win some great prizes! :)
Diane -- just visited, and your husband does beautiful work!
Wendy -- that is so great -- I think it would be fascinating to go back through logs of what I had read over the past fifteen years. I'd be appalled at the fluff I used to read though!
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