Gold: $250 gift card
Silver: $150 gift card
Bronze: $50 gift card
Reading minutes can be logged for books, ebooks, audio books, podcasts, articles, magazines … kids can pick their favorite format.
If you have existing reading challenges going on, you do not have to create a special Winter Olympics challenge. Any minutes logged in February will automatically count. Or you can create a special Winter Reading Olympics challenge on Biblionasium to encourage and excite all your students to participate through that challenge.
It is up to you! But mobilize your students and let’s get the reading started!
See: Contest Rules for details. Please email us at Contact@Biblionasium.com with any questions.
To encourage independent reading, librarians and teachers look to build a community of readers. What better way to build that community than by writing and sharing book reviews?
Writing a review encourages students to reflect on what they’ve read, and when they share the review on Biblionasium, it lets other students see what their friends are reading!
These reasons and many others are why we continue to encourage students to write book reviews with our Kid Review Contests. Check out the excerpts from some of the winning reviews from our Because of Winn-Dixie 20th Anniversary Book Review Contest below!
🎊 WIN a Q&A with beloved author W. Bruce Cameron! 🎊
Here at Biblionasium, we realize that book reviews are an effective tool for students to express their thoughts, opinions, reactions, and preferences.
In an effort to encourage students to reflect on what they’re reading, we are pleased to announce the Lily to the Rescue book review contest.
Read on for contest details.
Lily to the Rescue Review Contest
- Students can review any books in the Lily to the Rescue series, all on the bookshelf on the ‘Contests’ tab of Biblionasium, between February 1 to February 28, 2021.
- The winner will receive the prize of a classroom Q&A with author W. Bruce Cameron!
- The Contest is held in our CONTESTS tab on Biblionasium.com