Sunday, January 13, 2013

Oshkosh Public Library offers winter reading program for adults & teens

Readers who are fishing for a good story and like earning rewards just for reeling in a good book can join the Oshkosh Public Library’s 2013 winter reading program for teens and adults. The program runs from Jan. 14 to Feb. 24.

It’s a “read three, get one free” proposition: Participants who read three books and write a brief review for each can choose a free book from the library’s prize case. Audio books and eBooks are included. Register and turn in your entries at the library’s 2nd floor Reference Desk or at

Not sure what to read? Here are some suggestions for starting your search:

•             Check out the Lucky Day collection in the library’s front entryway – stocked with bestsellers and other titles in high demand.
•             Browse through the New Books displays on 1st floor.
•             Head up to 2nd floor for novels by your favorite authors and special collections of mysteries, westerns, science fiction and inspirational fiction.
•             Check out the large selection of books on CD on first floor.
•             Download eBooks and eAudiobooks at
•             Visit the “New arrivals” section under Readers Connect at
•             Explore the non-fiction collection on 2nd floor to find books on any topic imaginable – from finance to photography, technology to travel, gardening to golf.

Teens: Visit the OurSpace area to find popular fiction, paperbacks, graphic novels and favorite series.

For more information about the Oshkosh Public Library winter reading program call 236-5205.


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