Summer Reading Challenge 2013
Look out for Creepy House – on the way to a library near you this summer. Dare you enter?
Calling all parents and carers – news of a free activity available through the library to help keep your children occupied during the
Sign up for free at any LibrariesWest library from Saturday 13 July. Once signed up children are challenged to read six or more books,
collecting stickers as they progress. Information books, story books, poems, picture books, audio books – it’s up to you. As long as the
books are borrowed from the library, the choice is yours.
The Challenge is aimed primarily at 4 to 11 year olds but any child under the age of 16 is eligible to take part.
If you’re not already a member, joining is easy and it’s free, although you will need the permission of a parent or carer.
All children completing the Challenge by the 14 September will be rewarded with a fantastic gold style medal and certificate, and will
also be entered into a free prize draw for a chance to win a Kobo eReader or ‘your age in books’. Terms and conditions apply.
Visit www.summerreadingchallenge.org.uk to talk about the books you’ve read,
watch videos by famous authors and Blue Peter presenters and find a new book to read using the
For further details and information on events and activities happening in your area click on one of the following links:
Free prize draw kindly sponsored by Peters Bookselling Services.