Adult Reading Club offers chance to win E-reader at Barriere Library

Open to adults 18 and older who are members of the TNRD Library System

The TNRD Library System is inviting readers to Take A “Novel” Vacation and enter the chance to win an e-reader by joining its annual Adult Summer Reading Club, which this year runs from July 1 to Aug. 31.

Open to adults 18 and older who are members of the TNRD Library System, the Adult Summer Reading Club is easy to join. All readers have to do is register for the program online at, then write and submit a book log once every week. If they can’t read a book every week, they can always write a description for a book they’ve read in the past.

To complete a book log, adult readers will need to fill in their library card numbers, their names, the title of the book, and a short description (150 words or less) of the book. For every week that readers submit a book log, their names will be entered in the grand prize draw for a Kobo Touch e-reader to a maximum of nine times.

A photo of the winners will be posted on the library website.


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