Summer Reading Challenge starts this Saturday

11th July 2019, 9:47pm | By Ros Griffiths |

Come and sign up at the library and receive the first of the special Space Chase themed goodies. Ask us about the Astronaut Challenge!! The Summer Reading Challenge runs from Saturday July 13th to Saturday September 7th so there’s plenty of time for you to sign up and read your six books. If you’re aged between 4-11 then this is for you.

Too old for the Summer Reading Challenge? If you’re aged up to 16 then why not join the 100 Club? No time limit, just keep track of the books you read until you reach 100!

A little bit older than that? Why not sign up for the Reading Passport? A handy app that lets you track your reading and makes suggestions that you might enjoy.

Plenty for everyone to read this summer at the library!!

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