Library Book Bingo


Library Book Bingo is the NGPL’s reading challenge for 2022. Adults, teens, and children can all participate–and win prizes!


How do I get one of these Library Book Bingo cards?

Download a card for your age group here:
Bingo Card for Adults (ages 18+)
Bingo Card for Teens (ages 13 - 17)
Bingo Card for Children (ages 0-12)


How do I play?

Keep track of the library books you read (or have read to you) in 2022 and write the title and author in the matching square.

A title can only be used once on the Bingo card.


Does it matter what format I read?

No. Physical books, e-books, audiobooks, or e-audiobooks can be used to complete the challenge. You can read children’s, young adult, or adult books–no matter your age.


How do I win?

BINGO: Complete a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line! You’ll get 1 entry for a $25 gift card from a local bookstore per bingo completed. Three $25 gift cards will be awarded: one for adults, one for teens, and one for children.

Blackout:Complete all 25 squares and you’ll also be entered in a drawing for the Grand Prize, a $100 gift card from a local bookstore.

Books must be read between January 1 and December 31, 2022.

Return your Bingo card (or a copy) by January 15, 2023:

  • Drop your card off at the Library
  • Email: snap a picture and send it to newgloucesterpubliclibrary@gmail.com
  • Mail:
    New Gloucester Public Library
    ATTN: Library Book Bingo
    379 Intervale Road
    New Gloucester, ME 04260


Fine Print: Multiple cards allowed per person, but each card must have different books. Entrants must use the card for their age on December 31, 2022: children (0 - 12), teens (13 - 17), adults (18+). Prizes will be drawn the week of 1/16/23. The Grand Prize will be drawn before other prizes. Maximum of one prize per person. Prize winners must have a New Gloucester Public Library card (Free to New Gloucester, Gray, Pownal and Durham residents) in good standing. NGPL staff and their households may participate but are ineligible to win prizes.


Thank you to the Bangor Public Library for inspiration!