'I Read Canadian Day' - February 17, 2021
Thank you to everyone that participated in our 'I Read Canadian' activities. The lucky winners of our prizes have been contacted. If you're wondering how you did on the book scavenger hunts, check out the answers below.
About our 2021 'I Read Canadian Day' Activities
'I Read Canadian Day' is a national day to celebrate Canadian books, literature, and authors. The goal "is to raise awareness of Canadian books and celebrate the richness, diversity and breadth of Canadian literature." Learn more about the national initiative at ireadcanadian.com/day/.
To celebrate, we've put together these fun book scavenger hunts to let you test your knowledge of Canadian literature and enter for a chance to win a great prize. There's a book scavenger hunt just for adults or one for the whole family to work on together. Put on your Canadian thinking hat, grab a pen, and get started by clicking on one of the scavenger hunts below. If you can't print out the scavenger hunts, we've got hard copies available for pick-up at your closest branch - just ask for one to be included in your curbside pick-up order.
When you've completed your scavenger hunt, scan or take a picture of your completed form and email it to email@example.com. We'll enter your name into our draw. Our contest deadline has been extended! Contest runs from Saturday, February 13 until Wednesday, February 25, 2021.
If you need some help along your search, use our online catalogue! And remember, all books were written or illustrated by a Canadian!
What Could You Win?
Prize #1 - 'I Read Canadian' Superstar
- Coffey's Coffee
- Bottle of Stonehouse Vineyard wine
- Copy of From the Ashes by Jesse Thistle
- Copy of Alone in the Wild by Kelley Armstrong
- SDG Library 'READ' mug
- SDG Library tote
Prize #2 - 'I Read Canadian' Family Superstar
- Happy Popcorn Co. popcorn
- Kid's Korner Gift certificate
- Copy of It Seemed Like a Good Idea... by Ted Staunton and Will Staunton
- SDG Library frisbee
- SDG Library tote
- 3D printing coupon
Additional 'I Read Canadian' Fun!
‘I Read Canadian’ Buttons
While supplies last, everyone checking out a book by a Canadian author will receive an 'I Read Canadian' button to help show their love of Canadian literature.
'I Read Canadian' Book Suggestions
‘I Read Canadian’ Facebook Frame
For a limited time (February 13-25), we will have a custom Facebook frame available for you to apply to your Facebook profile picture. Adding the frame is easy!
1. From a smart device, select your profile picture and then add frame OR
From a browser, select update your profile picture and then from the menu, select add frame.
2. Search for the frame using key words "I Read Canadian" or "SDG Library".
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