Luke LaFave has been named the winner in the teen category for the Escanaba Public Library Winter Reading Program, "Hot Reads for Cold Nights." Luke was the grand prize winner of a Kindle Fire. The contest was open to teens aged 12-17. Other teens who entered won weekly drawings for a Subway gift card. Escanaba Library patrons can use the Kindle and other e-reader devices to download e-books for free through the Great Lakes Digital Library. Patrons can link to this site from the library home page at www.escanabalibrary.org. Patrons can also contact the library at 789-7323 for information on how to get started or to schedule a one-on-one e-reader consultation with library staff.
Stuart Craig, adult category winner for the Escanaba Public Library Winter Reading Program, “Hot Reads for Cold Nights,” shows off the tote bag filled with an assortment of items he received as the grand prize winner. The tote contained a gift certificate from Canterbury Books, booklight, hand warmer mug, soy candle, bag of coffee, Yooper bar, and fleece throw. The contest was open to adults aged 18 and older. Other adults who entered won weekly drawings for a Hot Reads for Cold Nights decorative mug.