Fort Scott Public Library Adult Summer Reading Challenge
May 15-August 15, 2016
Who can participate? Anyone who wants to read books written for teenagers or adults. You do not have to have a Fort Scott library card or live in Fort Scott to participate. Everyone is welcome!
Where do I do this? Your house, the beach, the park, an airplane, anywhere that you like to read.
What do I do? Read and rate books (paper, ebook, or audiobooks are all fine); score points; earn bragging rights for how well you rank compared to other participants; get a list of all books read by everyone who participates and see their ratings.
- Read a book written for teenagers or adults.
- Rate the book.
- Determine your points for the book.
- Fill in the information for the book either using the form on our webpage or on your chart.
- If you use the chart, please turn it in to library staff by August 16, 2016.
- Read another book written for teenagers or adults.
- We will post the final point totals in the library, on Facebook, and on our webpage.
- If you prefer not to use your name, you may choose a nickname for the public list as long as it is not offensive. (The Library Director has final say on potential offensiveness of names.)
- We will create a spreadsheet of all books read, plus their ratings, and make it available to all participants. We will not include your name in this document, so no one will know which books you read.
- Although we hope you will use the library, you are not required to read library books for this challenge, unless required for a particular score.
- HAVE FUN!
Complete information available at the Library or emailed if you prefer. Send a request to email@example.com
Check HERE for book rating criteria.
Check HERE to determine your score.
Submit entries online HERE!