From nonfiction to fiction, and an assortment of other genres, the Nashville Public Library will launch their newest reading challenge on Jan. 5.
Kelsey Schaepperkoetter, library director, said the 2022’s reading challenge at the library is Bookopoly.
“Everyone’s played Monopoly, but we’ve put a twist on it,” Schaepperkoetter said. “Now it’s about books.”
With the 2022 Bookopoly challenge, you can complete parts, multiple parts, or the entire challenge and still have a chance to win a grand prize. For each completed set (colors, corners, mystery book squares), you will be entered into a drawing for a grand prize.
If the entire board is completed, you will be given two bonus entries. This means you can have up to 12 entries in the drawing.
The Bookopoly Challenge begins on Jan. 5, 2022, and all ages are encouraged to participate in the challenge.
Bookopoly can also be completed as a group, but only one grand prize can be won by each entry.
All entries must be submitted by March 2nd, 2022, and participants can get a game board at the library.
For more information about Nashville Public Library, call 618-327-3827 or email email@example.com. Nashville Public Library is located at 219 East Elm Street in Nashville.
— Submitted by Nashville Public Library