Play & Win I Spy Game

Play & Win I Spy Game

Earn Prizes and Learn More about the Library’s Digital Resources

Fred the Frog is studying hard in his messy room. But he’s misplaced a few of his favorite things in all the clutter. Can you help him find the Library’s Digital Resources and other items he needs?

Visit the display case between the double glass doors at the Library’s 6th Street entrance (on your left as you’re entering the building) and see how many of the hidden items you can find. Game sheets for our Play & Win I Spy Game are available near the case. Use the grid on the back to tell us where the item is.

Once you’ve marked your game sheet and added your name and contact info, bring it to the 2nd Floor Circulation Desk to receive a prize just for participating! Find 10 items or more and be entered into a weekly drawing for a Library beanie hat. Our first weekly drawing will be Friday, Feb. 17.

Invite your friends to participate in our Play & Win I Spy Game with you. See who can find the most objects or who can find them all first. Every few weeks, we’ll change up the location of the items, so be sure to check back and play again. Also, every few months, we’ll start from scratch with items based on a whole new theme.

Weekly Winners

The following Play & Win participants have been selected during our weekly drawing:

  • February 17: Mahiro S.
  • February 24: Ben G.
  • March 3: Emma D.
  • March 10: Nablus S.
  • March 17: Chihiro S.
  • March 24: Alyssa Y.


Learn More about our Digital Resources

Some of the Library’s Digital Resources that Fred the Frog is using might also help you or a student in your family, too! Here’s a brief overview:

  • Beanstack is a web and mobile app used to track independent reading time, and help build a culture of reading. The Library uses Beanstack to track reading for our various reading programs.
  • Creativebug offers thousands of award-winning art & craft video classes taught by recognized design experts and artists.
  • Hiveclass combines the fun of sports, the health benefits of physical activity and modern technology to create a mobile platform that builds competence in a variety of sports.
  • hoopla offers patrons an enormous selection of digital video (movies and TV shows), music, audiobooks, Ebooks and comics.
  • Libby is a free app from OverDrive, available for Apple, Android and Windows devices, that makes it easy to borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks from your phone or tablet.
  • is an online tutoring company that connects students to tutors in online classrooms. The service offers on-demand and scheduled tutoring to students, from fourth grade through college.

Find all of these resources and more in our Digital Library Branch.

Thanks to the Friends of the Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library for sponsoring this activity.