Winter Reading Program for Adults

Each year, Arizona’s Maricopa County Library District kicks off the summer with a reading program designed to encourage literacy in young students with reading challenges and prizes.

This winter, the library district has created its very own reading program just for adults! Targeted at helping foster a lifelong habit of reading daily, the library challenges adults to log at least 20 minutes of reading daily through February 16.

By meeting reading goals and logging reading time online, adult readers can earn points, unlock badges, and win prizes. And, if you log at least 60 minutes each week , you have a chance to win an awesome weekly prize. Or, if you log at least 500 minutes before February 16, you have a chance to win tickets and a suite for a Spring Training game at Camelback Ranch-Glendale or a Maricopa County Parks Annual Day-Use Pass.

The reading program also offers a selection of unique reading challenges to earn reading points, like the Audiobook challenge, Books to Film in 2020 challenge, and the New Year, “New” Book Challenge.

To register for the reading program, visit your local Maricopa County Library, or click here.

Participating Locations:

Aguila Library
Central Express Library
Ed Robson Library
El Mirage Library
Fairway Library
Fountain Hills Library
Gila Bend Library
Goodyear Library
Guadalupe Library
Hollyhock Library
Litchfield Park Library
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport
North Valley Regional Library
Northwest Regional Library
Perry Library
Queen Creek Library
Southeast Regional Library
Sun City Library
White Tank Library

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