It is nowhere near as big as Summer Reading. This is a much more chill (groan) program. Last year the teens talked me into doing a bingo style form, similar to the kid form, but in practice they didn't really like it. This year I'm back to my favorite style of contest; one hour of reading = one entry into a prize drawing. I don't care at all what they read, and homework reading totally counts. I like using a "time" based model, because an hour is an hour whether you read 10 pages or 100 in that time, so everyone is included no matter their reading level.
I pick prizes based on what I notice is popular, and this year it's Doctor Who, Supernatural, and Minecraft. I also do a few generic prizes--one set of pretty nice art supplies, and a couple of Visa gift cards.
I recognize the wintery font is trying a little too hard, I just really like it! Last year we had 49 teens participate. I'm hoping to increase that quite a bit this year, but we'll see!