Read for a Better World: it’s the SDPL Winter Reading Challenge 2022


Introducing Winter Reading Challenge 2022 from the San Diego Public Library – Read for a Better World. The theme “Read for a Better World” encourages readers of all ages to explore diversity, empathy, and action through literature.

  • Program runs January 1st – January 31, 2022
  • For readers of all ages; no age limit
  • Read a combination of 5 books, hours, or Read for a Better World activities to claim your prizes

Prizes will be awarded to all you complete the challenge and will be available for pickup starting on January 3rd through February 14th.

The 2022 Winter Reading Challenge prizes are:

  • Free pass + Guest for the Japanese Friendship Garden San Diego
    • The pass excludes admission for the month of March 2022 (for the Cherry Blossom Festival)
    • Expires 12/31/2022
  • San Diego Public Library branded snack container


  • San Diego Public Library branded utensil set

Registration is open in Beanstack, but participants can start tracking their reading on January 1st.

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