The Winter Reading Challenge is open to all Cleveland residents.
Here’s how it works:
Sign up at cpl.beanstack.org.
Read 10 books or more and record them on the Beanstack site.
Tweet about your reads at #BooksLikeUs and #WinterReadCLE
Readers have until Sunday, January 31 to complete the
Need something to read? Visit cpl.org or
Public Library to
reserve a book today. Need a recommendation? ASK
live chat with a Librarian.
The more people who read on behalf of Cleveland Public Library
the greater our chance to win a book collection or virtual
author visits for the entire community. “This is an amazing
opportunity for the city of Cleveland,” said Marks.
“From reducing stress to broadening our imagination or keeping
our minds healthy and sharp, the benefits of reading are
endless. The Library encourages everyone to pick up a book this
Winter to help our neighborhoods acquire more reading
COMING SOON: Young
will return in January. The program prepares children ages 3-6
and their families for Kindergarten. Children learn about caring
and sharing, counting, alphabets, and more using fun activities
both online and at our neighborhood branches. More information
and registration information are on cpl.org.
Cleveland Public Library is open to drive-up and walk-up
services Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. To order your
next read, movie, or audiobook by mail, call one of our 27 neighborhood
visit our online
catalog on cpl.org.
The Library encourages everyone to read at least 10 books during
the month of January.