Children can earn hamburgers for reading |

Children can earn hamburgers for reading

The Douglas County Public Library has again joined with In-N-Out Burger for their Cover to Cover Club reading program.

Children ages 4 to 12 are eligible to receive certificates for a free In-N-Out hamburger or cheeseburger by reading books from March 3 to April 14. Both the Zephyr Cove and Minden branches of the library are participating in the program.

Children must fill out a file card at the library to enroll in the program. Each reader will earn an achievement award redeemable for an In-N-Out hamburger for every five books read at their reading level. Each participating child may earn up to three award certificates.

Children too young to read may have a parent read to them.

The Douglas County Public Libraries are located at 233 Warrior Way in Zephyr Cove and 1625 Library Lane in Minden. For more information call the library at 775-782-9841 or visit

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