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‘Let it Snow’: KDL encourages teenagers, adults to learn with winter program

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Cozy up with some good books this winter to be rewarded with a collectible mug from the Kent District Library.

KDL is encouraging teenagers and adults to learn this winter with the Let It Snow studying program. This system is open to everybody 11 years previous or older. It opened Jan. 3 and runs till March 31.

“That is actually a studying program for teenagers and adults to allow them to actually take pleasure in attempting out new books and be capable of discover some genres,” Hannah Lewis, the outreach specialist of financial and workforce growth for KDL, mentioned. “And that is the right time of yr to learn.”

Learn at the very least six books in numerous classes to get a espresso mug that claims ‘Let it Snow’ and “has an cute critter on it,” Lewis mentioned. In the event you learn at the very least 10 books, you will be entered to win different prizes, together with an Amazon Kindle Scribe.

The KDL Let it Snow reading program takes place from Jan. 3 through March 31. (Courtesy Kent District Library)
The KDL Let it Snow studying program takes place from Jan. 3 via March 31. (Courtesy Kent District Library)

“With the beginning of the yr, it is a nice alternative to strive new issues or go into stuff that you simply actually love,” Lewis mentioned. “As an example there’s a style you’ve got all the time wished to check out, now’s the right time to strive it out. In the event you’re normally a thriller reader and also you need to check out a fantasy, that is the right time of yr to take action and then you definitely get a cool mug as properly for all of your laborious work.”

Greater than 3,600 folks accomplished this system final yr, the library says. You’ll be able to enroll by going to your native KDL department or by going to KDL.org/snow.

Lewis mentioned there’s different programming occurring proper now for adults, together with residence brewing lessons, brewery excursions and competitions via the KDaLe programmed.

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