New Year, new reads! What better way to start the new year than to cozy up with a wonderful book?

Adults, kids and teens can participate in the Coronado Public Library’s Winter Read Challenge, running from January 1-31. Participants log what they read in January for a chance to earn prizes.

Kids ages 0-10 earn a winter fun pack filled with prizes such as bubbles, a rubber duck, erasers, and a bouncy ball by entering five books read. Kids can report up to 10 books for two winter fun packs. Books read to a child or that they read to a sibling or friend count too.

Teens in grades 6-12 can earn an entry into the gift card raffle by reporting two books they read. Teens can report up to four books for two entries into the raffle.

Adults earn an entry into the gift card raffle by reporting a book they’ve read. Adults can report up to two books for two entries into the raffle.

Anything read counts as a book - graphic novels, audiobooks, ebooks, and of course physical books.

Raffles will be drawn on February 1. Register and log reading at

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