The Bayonne Public Library is sponsoring five contests from Monday, August 8, to Friday, August 26, Library Director JP Porcaro and Mayor James Davis have announced. The contests are open to people of all ages at the library, located at 31st Street and Avenue C.
Contests run until the end of August
The first contest is called “Best Guess and Win.” The object of the contest is
to guess the number of gummi bookworms in a jar located in the second floor display case at the library. Place guesses in the Children’s Room by Friday, August 26. Guess the correct amount or come the closest and win a prize. The winner will be determined on Monday, August 29.
The second contest involves creating a comic strip. Visit the Children’s
Room to pick up each comic strip format. Submissions are due no later than
Friday, August 26. Print a name and telephone number on the sheet provided by the library. The winner will be announced on Monday, August 29.
The third contest is called “Create Your Own Library Slogan.” Contestants
must stop by the Children’s Room to pick up a template for the slogan. The contest will take place from Monday, August 8, to Friday, August 26. The winner will be announced on Monday, August 29.
The fourth contest is called “Design a Library Emoji.” Contestants must stop
by the Children’s Room to pick up the template for designing the emoji. The contest dates run from Monday, August 8, to Friday, August 26. The winner will be declared on Monday, August 29.
The fifth contest is entitled “Make Your Own Bookmark.” Contestants must
drop by the Children’s Room on the second floor of the library to pick up a template for creating a bookmark. The contest will take place from Monday, August 8, to Friday, August 26. The winner will be announced on Monday, August 29.
New book recommendation service
The library is also debuting a new book recommendation service called “Your Next Great Read.” The service provides a custom book recommendation chosen just for the reader after they fill out the library’s online Book Recommendation Form at tinyurl.com/BookRecs2BPL.
The librarians will come up with three recommendations for the reader. They can also ask the librarians for a surprise or ask for one of their recent favorites.
Allow two business days for requests to be processed. The library staff will send an email back with recommendations.
For more information the contests or the book recommendation service, go to bayonnelibrary.org.
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