Winter Reading for Adults (Paper)
You are signing up for a PAPER reading log for the Winter Reading Challenge for Adults!
Want to track your reading online instead via the Beanstack app or website??
If so, visit
! It's easy and fun!
IF YOU WANT A PAPER LOG, CONTINUE WITH THIS REGISTRATION FORM.
The Winter Reading Challenge for Adults runs January 11th through February 28th.
To complete the challenge, read at least 1 book AND complete at least 7 activities in your reading log.
What do you get for completing the challenge?
- All readers who complete the challenge will get a free book to keep!
- All readers who complete the challenge will get automatically entered into a prize drawing at the end of the challenge.
Completed paper reading logs are due by midnight on Sunday, February 28th. You can drop off your completed paper log during curbside hours or anytime day/night via the bookdrop (please place reading log inside an envelope, bag, or ziplock to keep it dry!) -- and make sure your name is on the reading log before you drop it off!
You will need to schedule curbside pickup of your paper log OR you can print your log at home using your printer.
Email Address or Phone Number
We'll use your contact information to let you know if you've qualified for your free book, and if you've won the prize! Email address is required if you would like to print your log at home using your own printer.
The Winter Reading Program paper logs will be available for pickup/printing starting Monday, January 11th.
Reading Log Info
You will need to schedule curbside pickup of your reading log OR you can print your log at home. Please indicate your preference below. PRINT AT HOME: If you want to print the log at home, you must provide your email address above. CURBSIDE: Visit
or call 715.268.9340 x0 to schedule pickup of your log.
I will print at home using my own printer -- and have provided my email address above.
Please print for me -- I will schedule an appointment to pick up my log via curbside.
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