‘Guess the Book Title’ contest


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Courtesy photo What is the name of this book? That’s the question posed by the Union County Carnegie Library’s “Guess The Book Title” Contest. The contest, which is part of the library’s 2016 Adult Summer Reading Program, uses pictures to provide clues to the name of the book in each week’s competition. Piece together the clues to determine the name of the book and then bring your answer to the library. The first 25 people to bring in the correct answer each week will win a small prize. (Limit one person/family.) The deadline for solving this week’s puzzle and getting the correct answer to the library is July 20.


UNION — How good are you at solving puzzles?

The Union County Carnegie Library is holding a “Guess The Book Title” Competition as part of its 2016 Adult Summer Reading Program.

Each week, there will be a puzzle consisting of pictures which will provide clues to the name of a particular book. Look closely at each photograph and try to put what they are showing together to come up with the correct name of the book in each week’s contest.

The first 25 people who come into the library each week with the correct answer will win small prize. (Limit one person/family.)

For this week’s puzzle, the deadline to bring your correct answer is July 20. This will be the final picture puzzle of the library’s 2016 Adult Summer Reading Contest.

Library Hours

Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 9 am – 7 pm

Wednesday and Friday 9 am – 6 pm

Saturday 9 am – 3 pm

864-427-7140

www.unionlibrary.org

We have free lunches all summer for anyone 18 and under, Monday – Friday from 11 – 1. All are welcome! Children under 12 need adult supervision

Adult Summer Reading Finale

Grand Prize Drawing July 20, 2016 4:00-5:00 p.m.

There will be other prizes so plan on coming!

POKÉMON AND POPSICLES – Stop by the library between 2 and 3 p.m. on Friday, 7/22/16 to try to catch them all and get a refreshing Pokémon treat!

Children/Teen Summer Reading Events

These programs are made possible by a grant from Dollar General

No sign ups! Children under 12 need adult supervision

July 19th— Summer Reading Olympic Game Party—10:00—12:00 pm— for Pre-school ages 1-5

July 20th—10:00—12:00 pm Craft for kids using macaroni . Ages 6-12

July 21st—3:00—5:00 pm Craft for Teens using puzzle pieces. Ages 13-17

July 26th—Obstacle Course—10:00—12:00 – Ages 6-12—Fun and Adventure

July 28th —Grand finale —End of Summer Reading “On Your Mark Get Set Read”

Playing Indoor Games 4-6 pm—Prizes, snacks, and Fun!! No sign up! ALL AGES!

Children under 12 need adult supervision!

New Books

We are putting out new books for all ages every day! Please come in and see the new releases or go online and look for your favorite!

Courtesy photo

What is the name of this book? That’s the question posed by the Union County Carnegie Library’s “Guess The Book Title” Contest. The contest, which is part of the library’s 2016 Adult Summer Reading Program, uses pictures to provide clues to the name of the book in each week’s competition. Piece together the clues to determine the name of the book and then bring your answer to the library. The first 25 people to bring in the correct answer each week will win a small prize. (Limit one person/family.) The deadline for solving this week’s puzzle and getting the correct answer to the library is July 20.

http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_thumbnail_SR-2016-Puzzle-week-4-1.jpgCourtesy photo

What is the name of this book? That’s the question posed by the Union County Carnegie Library’s “Guess The Book Title” Contest. The contest, which is part of the library’s 2016 Adult Summer Reading Program, uses pictures to provide clues to the name of the book in each week’s competition. Piece together the clues to determine the name of the book and then bring your answer to the library. The first 25 people to bring in the correct answer each week will win a small prize. (Limit one person/family.) The deadline for solving this week’s puzzle and getting the correct answer to the library is July 20.

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