Children across the county have been busy taking part in the Creepy House Summer Reading Challenge organised by Lincolnshire Libraries over the school holidays.
The challenge was to read six books by the end of the summer holiday, collecting stickers along the way.
And children at Market Rasen Library who completed the challenge were invited to a special evening of celebration to receive their certificates.
The library had also held a Triffid Day and Thriller workshop - which ended with a flashmob in the town’s Tesco supermarket.
The children who took part in the Thriller event were also presented with a photograph to remind them of the day.
The library continues to offer a wide range of activities with the next being a celebration of Lincolnshire Day on Tuesday, October 1, from 10am to 4pm.
Dialect specialist Loretta Rivett will give a talk on the Lincolnshire way of speaking at 1pm and throughout the day there will be a true taste of the county, with samples of local produce from local suppliers, including Starbucks Bakery.
Rase Heritage will also be there and you can take a look at the Lincolnshire memories website.
And there will be storytime too for the little ones.