Southwark | Summer Reading Challenge 2018

Summer reading challenge 2018Southwark Summer Reading Challenge 2018

Southwark Libraries are challenging children to read six books during the summer holiday. They will receive rewards after each book and have the chance to take part in a range of fun activities.

Inspired by the much loved children’s Beano which celebrates its 80th anniversary. Explore the map of Beantown to find the mysterious buried treasure and become ultimate mischief makers.

 

Children aged nought to four years will  receive a Beano sticker book. For those of you who are aged four to 11, read six books and receive Beano stickers, a certificate and a medal. You will also be entered into a prize draw to win headphones or a mini tablet device.

Teen read challenge is for young people aged 12 to 17

Once you read four books you will be entered into a prize draw to win Beats headphones or a £20 Amazon voucher. You must be a member of Southwark libraries to take part in the Summer Reading Challenge.

Multi-sensory storytelling

Children will love these storytelling sessions, specially developed for children with additional needs. Library staff use multi-sensory props to tell stories and at the end of the session all children receive mischief makers prizes and a certificate to take home.

Summer reading challenge A5 booklet 2018-ilovepdf-compressed

Download the programme (pdf, 2.8mb)

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