Looking to stretch your reading horizons? Use these reading bingo cards brought to you by Seattle Arts & Lectures and Seattle Public Library.
If you’re looking to stretch your reading horizons, then using the reading bingo cards brought to you by Seattle Arts & Lectures and Seattle Public Library are a good way to start.
Summer Reading 2017
- 15 books we recommend for your summer reading pleasure — plus a dozen paperbacks
- 9 local literary celebs tell us what they’re reading this summer
- A Seattle summer reading challenge for all ages: book bingo
- 20 authors booked to be in Seattle this summer
- 10 of the summer’s hottest crime-fiction titles
- Cultural FOMO: the neverending struggle to keep up on your books, TV, news and more
- Great Reads: An interactive guide to the best books of the past few years
Categories for adults include “genre that is new to you” and “Washington state author.” Kids can look for “graphic novel or comic” and “the main character doesn’t look like me.” When you complete your bingo card, turn it in to Seattle Arts & Lectures or post on social media – rule sheets are included with these downloadable cards. Blackout cards and cards with a bingo (complete row) marked will be eligible for a prize drawing. Deadline is Sept. 5.