and the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry present the 2020 Winter Reading Program:
Reading is Magic
We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted to participate in the Reading is Magic Winter Reading Program. Please find enclosed a list of all necessary books and equipment. The Winter Reading Term will begin December 1, 2019 and continue to March 31, 2020.
How to Participate
Stop by the Grafton Public Library, and pick up your Hogwarts letter and a lanyard in your house colors (while supplies last).
Participants have from December 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020 to earn up to 10 badges by completing tasks and reading challenges. Tasks can be completed by attending Library programs or by reading and/or listening to books.
Once a task or reading challenge has been completed, stop by the Library with your Hogwarts letter to receive your badge.
Complete information on individual challenges, programs and workshops will be available at
graftonlibrary.org/wrp and on the Library Event Calendar:
graftonlibrary.org/events. Information, dates and times are subject to change. Workshop registration will begin two weeks prior to the event.
Tasks and Reading Challenges
Attend the Crystal Ball Workshop on January 11
Read a book set in the future
Care of Magical Creatures
Attend the Creature Sleepover and Storytime on January 29
Read a book about an animal, or a book with an animal on the cover
Attend the Mandrakes Workshop on December 14
Read a book about plants, or a book with a plant or flower on the cover
Hall of Portraits
Bring a completed coloring sheet to hang in our Hall of Portraits
Pick up a free coloring sheet at the Library.
Drop in for a Flying Lesson on February 10
Read a book about or with transportation in it
Attend a book group event
Read a book with "book" in the title, or with a book pictured on the cover
Participate in the House Cup by donating pennies to your favorite Hogwart's house
Proceeds raised will be donated to the Grafton Public Library Capital Campaign.
Attend the Candle Making Workshop on March 7
Create a recipe you found from a cookbook
Attend a Wand Making Workshop on February 22
Read a book about trees, or a book with trees on the cover
Read a book with "gold" in the title, or with metallic writing on the cover