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Have You Caught the Bookshare Bingo Fever?

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Summer is the perfect time to catch up on all those books you have been meaning to read. It’s not too late to join our fun summer reading activity: Bookshare Bingo. The game of Bingo is believed to have originated in the 1920s by Hugh J. Ward who introduced it at carnivals around Pittsburgh and in Western Pennsylvania.

Book cover for Tesla's Attic by Neal Shusterman and Eric ElfmanToday, there are more versions of bingo than you can count, and our version involves reading at least five books that correspond to five categories in a row, column, or diagonal to get a bingo. Then you submit your Bingo card and get a special gift while supplies last.Book cover for 10,000 Days of Thunder by Philip Caputo

Many members have already submitted bingo cards. Here are just a few of the captivating books that they have been enjoying this summer:

Book cover for Dandelion Fire by ND WilsonNeed some ideas? Our staff has prepared Book cover for 15 Sports Myths and Why They're Wrong by Rodney Fort and Jason Winfreesummer reading lists for children, middle school students, teens, and adults. Dive in and see which titles intrigue you, or find your own books. Then all you need is a comfy chair, hammock, beach towel, or cozy bed so you can settle in with a good book. Let Bookshare unlock the door to a summer filled with reading. Catch the Bookshare Bingo fever!

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