Readers rewarded with bicycles


The grand prize winners of the London Public Library’s Summer Reading Program were rewarded with new bicycles. Participants of the super reader challenge had their names entered in the drawing by reading for at least 20 hours, or 200 books, during the months of June and July. This year’s lucky winners are from left: Lily Beyer, 8, Autumn Mitchell, 12, Mary Anne Wood, London Public Library’s Youth Services Coordinator, and Adalynn Ball, 3.

The grand prize winners of the London Public Library’s Summer Reading Program were rewarded with new bicycles. Participants of the super reader challenge had their names entered in the drawing by reading for at least 20 hours, or 200 books, during the months of June and July. This year’s lucky winners are from left: Lily Beyer, 8, Autumn Mitchell, 12, Mary Anne Wood, London Public Library’s Youth Services Coordinator, and Adalynn Ball, 3.


The grand prize winners of the London Public Library’s Summer Reading Program were rewarded with new bicycles. Participants of the super reader challenge had their names entered in the drawing by reading for at least 20 hours, or 200 books, during the months of June and July. This year’s lucky winners are from left: Lily Beyer, 8, Autumn Mitchell, 12, Mary Anne Wood, London Public Library’s Youth Services Coordinator, and Adalynn Ball, 3.

The grand prize winners of the London Public Library’s Summer Reading Program were rewarded with new bicycles. Participants of the super reader challenge had their names entered in the drawing by reading for at least 20 hours, or 200 books, during the months of June and July. This year’s lucky winners are from left: Lily Beyer, 8, Autumn Mitchell, 12, Mary Anne Wood, London Public Library’s Youth Services Coordinator, and Adalynn Ball, 3.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/07/web1_Londonlibraryreadingwinnerspiccol.jpgThe grand prize winners of the London Public Library’s Summer Reading Program were rewarded with new bicycles. Participants of the super reader challenge had their names entered in the drawing by reading for at least 20 hours, or 200 books, during the months of June and July. This year’s lucky winners are from left: Lily Beyer, 8, Autumn Mitchell, 12, Mary Anne Wood, London Public Library’s Youth Services Coordinator, and Adalynn Ball, 3.

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