Library to Host Winter Reading Challenges

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PUBLISHED 01/07/2022

The Lawton Public Library’s annual winter reading challenges are now available online. Participants can read books and complete a variety of activities to receive tickets to enter in a basket drawing.

Challenges are available for all ages. Kids (babies-6th grade) and teens (7th-12th grade) can complete five books to receive one free book, a small prize (while supplies last), and one entry into the drawing. Participants can receive additional entries into the drawing for every five books read (up to 25 books) and by completing activities.

Adults can participate as well by reading books or listening to audiobooks. Every book read counts as an entry into the drawing for a gift basket. Participants can receive additional entries into the drawing by completing activities and writing reviews.

The “Just Keep Reading: Winter @ the Library” reading challenges will be available until Feb. 28. To participate and log readings, sign up at or download the Beanstack app.

For more information, please contact Tanya Organ, Community Engagement Librarian, at 580-581-3450 ext. 1711, or by email at


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