Sno-Isle Libraries launches year-long book reading challenge

16 librarySno-Isle Libraries has invited the public to read along with staff this year in a program called Reading Resolutions: 16 in ’16.

Every 20 days, a new thematic reading challenge will be posted to the BiblioFiles blog. The first two challenges are to read a local author and a graphic novel. Readers can earn points by submitting titles they read that meet the challenges.

On Dec. 19, 2016 the customer with the most points will be crowned the Sno-Isle Reader of the Year. The winner will get to choose a theme for the 2017 contest, and will be rewarded with a stack of pre-release advance reader copies.

BiblioFiles will also feature a list of the winner’s favorite 2016 books. Staff will provide reading suggestions for each challenge and participants are encouraged to share how their reading progresses and share additional title suggestions.

While a Sno-Isle library card is not required to participate, an email address is needed.

For more information, including the 16 thematic reading challenges, visit the blog at, or contact Jackie Parker, lead librarian for readers’ services,

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