Why should kids have all the fun? Summer Reading is for grown-ups, too! The Daniel Boone Regional Library is challenging adults to read three books, submit three book reviews and do seven fun, library-related activities. Complete the challenge, and beginning August 1, you’ll receive a prize. You’ll also be entered into a drawing for other fun rewards including a Kindle Fire tablet or a book store gift card.
Step Two: Read three books and submit three book reviews.
Step Three: Complete any seven of these activities:
- Get a library card.
- Read or listen to a book with “Story” in the title.
- Read or listen to the One Read book.
- Leave a comment on a title in the library’s online catalog.
- Download an ebook or audiobook.
- Read or listen to a biography or memoir.
- Learn about a local myth or legend.
- Read or listen to a “fractured” (rewritten or updated) fairytale.
- Read or listen to a book based on a true story.
- Read or listen to a book suggested in a library blog post.
- Watch a myth or fantasy film or TV show on DVD, Hoopla, or Kanopy.
- Attend an online library event. Check out our event calendar.
- Share a summer reading photo and tag us on Instagram (@dbrl.library) or Facebook (@yourdbrl).
- Write a six-word memoir and share it at www.dbrl.org/six-words
- Ask an older relative or friend to tell you a story from their childhood.
- Listen to a storytelling podcast.
- Visit a park or garden.
- Read or listen to a myth, legend or fable.
Step Four: Let us know you’ve completed the challenge by going to www.dbrl.org/summerreading or call (573) 817-7016. Beginning August 1, you can claim a prize and be entered in a drawing for other rewards like an Amazon Fire tablet.