#RogersReads 2020 Reading Challenge

#RogersReads 2020 Reading Challenge

Have you set personal reading goals for the New Year? Are you looking for ways to challenge yourself and find some new and exciting reads along the way? If so, you should consider signing up for the #RogersReads reading challenge.

As part of this annual challenge, you will be given twelve reading prompts to complete over the next year. These prompts encourage you to find books that may be different than what you usually read. For example, the last two years have featured challenges like “Read a children’s classic” or “Read a work that’s less than 200 pages.”

Visit the library website on February 1 and click on the #RogersReads image on the homepage to create a login and track your progress to complete #RogersReads 2020 challenges and enter for prize drawings. Or use this link.

Each month, prizes will be awarded to two readers who enter a new book into their online log by the end of the month. These drawings will begin on March 1, a month after #RogersReads 2020 begins. Previous prizes have included gift cards, books, bags, book accessories, and more. If you complete all twelve prompts before February 2021, you will be entered for the grand prize that will be awarded at the end of the challenge.

In order to enter, you must have a Rogers Public Library card and be 18 years or older. These prompts do not have to be completed in order and can be fulfilled by audiobooks, ebooks, or physical books; however, you cannot use the same book to fulfill multiple prompts. You can only be entered once per month for monthly drawings and once per year for the grand prize drawing.

Once a month, we will be highlighting one of the twelve challenges and suggesting some books that may fulfill that prompt if you are struggling to find one of your own. You can show off your progress and share your ideas by tagging us on social media with #RogersReads.

We are looking forward to a year full of challenging new reads with you!