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Winter Reading Program

Join the LTPL Winter Reading Challenge!

Keep track of all the minutes you spend reading in February and March, log them at http://ltpl.readsquared.com/, and earn prizes like ice scrapers, beanie hats, and mugs!

If you’ve ever participated in our annual Summer Reading Challenge, we have a Winter one for you. Starting on Monday, February 1st and ending Wednesday, March 31st, you can count your minutes read and earn prizes!

Create an account in LTPL’s READsquared, an online tracker for reading, to participate. Visit this link: http://ltpl.readsquared.com If you already have an account in our library’s READsquared program from our past summer reading program, you don’t need to make a new one. 🙂

All reading counts – picture books, comics, audiobooks, foreign film captions, EVERYTHING! Read to a friend over zoom, or have them read to you! If you read just 11 minutes each day, you’ll be able to log more than 10 hours of reading! Each participant can choose one prize when they reach 6 hours of reading and another after 10 hours of reading.

Teen Magazines

Seventeen

A magazine for young women emphasizing fashion, beauty and lifestyle information, including health, food, careers, relationships, sports and entertainment.

Teen Vogue

A fashion magazine for teenagers who are passionate about style, the fashion industry, beauty, health, and entertainment news.

Game Informer

News, previews, reviews, and features on computer, mobile, social, and console video games including Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Wii, 3DS, DS, PC, Vita, iOS, Android, and PSP.

Mad Magazine

America’s longest-running humor magazine, continues its never-ending quest to poke fun at everything pop culture — from movies and music to parents and politics! J-14 – (Just For Teens) – Features articles, celebrity interviews with pictures, movies and TV show reviews and the latest fashion.