Adult Summer Reading Club

Adult Summer Reading Program Winner!

Lara Zuckerman, a lifelong reader, is the Kingwood Branch Library 2012 Summer Adult Reading Program (ASRP) winner of the Amazon.com gift card!

Ms. Zuckerman said that her mother introduced her to reading as a young child and that she would sit under the table and read. As an adult, she fought the idea of e-books, but now reads only with her Nook.  Ms. Zuckerman added that she has her Nook app on her phone and now is never without a book to read. 

One of her friends told her about the Harris County ASRP and so she signed up.  She told her other friends and they signed up. 

Now she is able to tell them that she is the ASRP 2012 Kingwood Library winner!

 

2010 Adult Summer Reading Program Winner!

Wanda Snyder is the excited Galena Park Branch Library winner of a $50 Amazon.com gift card, courtesy of the Harris County Friends Council. Wanda’s name was pulled from a random drawing of all the adults who completed the 2010 Adult Summer Reading Program, ReaderNation, at the Galena Park Branch Library.  

MORE SUMMER WINNERS!

Peggy MitchellPeggy Mitchell, a Barbara Bush Library customer, was the winner of a $100 Amazon gift card in the 2010 Adult Summer Reading Club random drawing from all who registered and logged at least four books read this summer. Peggy is a regular Saturday visitor to the Barbara Bush library, being occupied during the week with her job as an engineer for a local oil company.  She is a big fan of being able to search the catalog online and make requests for items she wants to read. Her favorite choices are mysteries and biographies.Carina Arredondo

Carina Arredondo, a Circulation Assistant at the Barbara Bush Library, was the winner of a $50 Barnes & Noble gift card provided by the Barbara Bush Library Friends. Carina's name was drawn from a hat from among all branch library staff who read at least four books this summer. Her favorite genre to read is manga. Carina recently graduated from the University of Houston. After seven years with Harris County Public Library, she will be moving on in her career to teach bilingual kindergarten at Smith Academy in the Aldine ISD. She will be using the gift card to buy items for her new classroom.

Syndicate content