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Sunday, April 19, 2009

The Great Scavenger Hunt by Kay Cassidy

kays-contest.gif Had to spread the news about the Great Scavenger Hunt contest from Kay Cassidy, which every library should get in on. Seriously! Basically, readers read a scavenger hunt book, complete the scavenger hunt, and turn it in to their librarian. If they get 8 out of 10 answers correct, the librarian then enters them in the monthly contest.

Then every month, Kay chooses one lucky winner to receive a $50 Barnes & Noble gift card, and their library wins a library prize tote filled with more amazing scavenger hunt books for the library collection.

How cool is this idea?! I made a Scavenger Hunt for Violet on the Runway (find it on this page), and I think I'm gonna make some more! I seriously love, love, love this game.

Spread the word to your libraries, people!


Kay Cassidy said...

WOW... thanks so much for the rgz shout-out about The Great Scavenger Hunt Contest, Melissa! You're the best. :-) I'm delighted to have you aboard The Hunt!

Wendy Toliver said...

It's such a great idea, Kay, and I'm excited to be a part of it too.

Iryna said...

I going to ask my library if we can take part in this - it looks like an unbelievable idea!

Little Willow said...

What a fantastic idea! Kudos to Kay for creating & managing it, and kudos to the participating authors, like Melissa! I'll tell friends who work at libraries.

Llehn said...

This is a positively good idea! Not that people should be bribed to read ...:-)


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