Reading rules this summer

Reading rules this summer

Let your children escape to another world over summer, armed with nothing more than a library card and a good book.

The Read Around Oz Summer Reading Club started on December 18 and by picking up a free Summer Reading Club kit from your nearest librarys front desk, young readers go into the draw to win great prizes including an iPOD shuffle


The program is open to children aged three to 18 and is designed to promote reading and literacy during the summer school holidays. The aim is to read 10 books during the program with special things to collect along the way.

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