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Stockton - San Joaquin County Winter Reading Program

Feed the Curious Mind | Read the Books | Win the Prizes


Winter Reading

   December 1, 2021 - January 31, 2022 

All Ages!


Winter Reading prepares babies and toddlers for success by developing early language skills, helps children build reading and language skills, motivates teens to read and discuss literature, and encourages adults to experience the joy of reading.


It's as easy as 1, 2, 3!


1. Read books. 

Children 0-12 read 10 books.

Teens and Adults read 3 books.

2. Submit a reading log.

Online (below) or in-person at your local SSJCPL branch.

3. Pick up your prize(s).

Available at your local SSJCPL branch. While supplies last. 


Not sure what to read? Let NoveList Plus help you.




Click to submit your reading log online! 

December 1, 2021 - January 31, 2022

Ear Literacy      Children


Teen     Adult


Note: Paper reading logs are available at your local SSJCPL branch.  




Each reading log you submit is an entry into our monthly prize raffle. We will have a December prize raffle, a January prize raffle, and a Grand Prize raffle.



Age 0-5: NFL Inflatable Ball Pit

Age 6-12: Star Wars Puzzle

Age 13+: Decades Puzzle

Jan 2022Dec 2021



Age 0-5: Daniel Tiger Mini Plus

Age 6-12: Niffler Challenge Game

Age 13+: Disney Villainous Game

Jan 2022Jan 2022Jan 2022



All Ages: “Cozy Night @ Home” Basket

Contents: Blanket, two (2) mugs, snowshoe decoration, toasted almond caramel coffee, chamomile vanilla & manuka honey tea, wonderland peppermint hot cocoa mix, The Comfort Book by Matt Haig, “Trails” a [National] Parks Game, microwave popcorn, hot cocoa flavored kisses, lifesavers, and Chapstick.

 Grand 2022


Individual branches may also offer additional prizes.




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Funds provided by the Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library.