Library reading program begins this month

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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -- The Linebaugh Public Library will hold its annual Adult Winter Reading Program beginning Monday, Jan. 27.

The program is scheduled to last through Saturday, March 8.

Patrons are challenged to meet a goal of reading and briefly reviewing at least six books over the course of the program. That’s six books in six weeks, or a book each week.

Patrons may sign up for the program at the library beginning Tuesday, Jan. 21.

Each week, one reviewer will be randomly selected to receive a free book. During the first week, the library will be giving away a signed copy of “All Things Hidden” by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse.

At the conclusion of the program, every person who has met the goal of reading and reviewing at least six books will be awarded a gift card from Barnes & Noble, courtesy of The Friends of Linebaugh Library. Participants will also receive a waiver good for up to $10 in library fines.

One lucky person having completed six reviews will be randomly selected to receive a grand prize, which consists of two gifts.

The first gives the winner a chance to feed their family with a $100 gift certificate from Stones River Market. Second, the winner will also receive a $100 gift card for Barnes & Noble.

The 2014 Winter Reading Program is sponsored by The Friends of Linebaugh Library and through donations from the community.

Linebaugh Public Library is located at 105 W. Vine St. in Murfreesboro.

For more information about the Adult Winter Reading Program, contact David O’Flaherty at

Tagged under  Linebaugh Public Library, Literacy, Literature, Murfreesboro, Reading

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