In 2020, WPL is challenging you to read something different, something new to you. Each month we will unveil a topic and encourage you to read a book that fits into that topic.
Participate as you can; take on one, two or all twelve challenges. Not sure what to read? WPL will have books pulled aside that meet the challenge – stop in and check one out.
Let us know that you met the monthly challenge – either through Beanstack (an online service through wpl.org) OR by filling out and returning a hard copy of a book review – available either here or at WPL’s circulation desk. Each month, we’ll pull an adult’s and child’s name for a prize.
January: a book set in Kansas
March: a book originally written in a different language
April: a book of poetry
May: a fantasy book – kick off our Summer Reading Program with us!
June: a Pulitzer Prize winning book of fiction
July: a book set on a different continent
August: a biography
September: a challenged or banned book
October: a Young Adult Novel
November: a book by an author of a different race, ethnicity or religion than your own
December: a book published in the past year