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Join the Winter Reading Challenge for Kids and Teens

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As the days grow shorter and the nights colder, your kids and teens might find themselves itching for something fun to do indoors. Buncombe County Public Library’s Winter Reading Challenge has plenty of educational activities to pique their curiosity and stave off those wintertime blues!

Between Dec. 1 and March 1, visit any Buncombe County Public Library to pick up an activity sheet for kids or teens. Whether they choose to build a fort to read under, make their favorite snack for a cold winter day, or learn a new language using the Library’s Transparent Language app, they’re sure to have fun completing these challenges.  Complete any ten activities and return with their sheet to earn a vinyl snowflake sticker or wintry pencil, then fill out an entry form for the countywide prize drawing. Kids have a chance to win a reading buddy stuffed animal to keep them warm and teens could win a LED paper lantern book lamp to light up the dark winter nights. 

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Updated Nov 27, 2023 10:01 AM
Published Nov 27, 2023 09:00 AM


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