Join the Summer Reading Challenge

@ Your Detroit Public Library

A Detroit Public Library Contest for All Detroit K-12 Schools

Win a Pizza party for your school, a Kindle
for you or your teacher, & many more prizes!!

How to ENTER:

  • Each school / classroom receives reading logs
  • Read any book
  • Return reading logs to DPL by July 3, 2014

PRIZES Include:

  • Celebrity Pizza Party For Your School
  • Live Radio Broadcast @ Your School
  • Kindles For Winning Teachers & Students
  • So many more Giveaways!

All entries must be received by July 3rd, 2014
Winners will be notified by August 15, 2014

To Register & for Contest Details:
Call Detroit Public Library
Children/Teen Services Office
313-481-1360/61

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