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Fall reading program underway at your local library

It’s Autumn and the temperatures are falling along with leaves, so what better time than November to curl up with a book. It is also a perfect time to join the Fall Reading Program at your local branch of the Plumas County Library.

Just make a personal weekly reading goal, let library staff know when the goal is reached, and pick out a prize.  This program is for everyone up to age 18 and is easy to join and a great way to expand your reading. Check the “New” bookshelf, browse the shelves, or reread a classic. If you need help with ideas on books to read, ask at the Front Desk or check out one of the library’s online book-finding options on its website. You can also use your library card to check out both the Libby and Palace Project apps for e-books.

 Everyone benefits from reading or being read to. Both can count in the Fall Reading Program, so if you read to someone that counts, or if someone reads to you that counts. Be sure to record the book and let the library staff know when you reach your weekly goal so you can pick out a prize.

 Check out the library’s website www.plumascounty.us/2925/Fall-Reading-Program for details, reading logs, and a prize list for each Branch. Reading logs are also available at each Branch, just stop by and pick one up.

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