Slough Libraries - Summer Reading Challenge and more

What is the Summer Reading Challenge?

Every year Slough Libraries joins with many libraries across the country and The Reading Agency to encourage children to read more books throughout the summer holidays. Studies have proven that it is really important for children to keep reading throughout the holidays and children who don't experience a dip in their reading levels in the autumn term.

The summer reading challenge is a chance to read for fun and try something new and challenging. Each year there is a theme, and this year’s summer reading challenge was Silly Squad, is a celebration of fun, happiness and laughter with a focus on funny books. There are often little incentives like stickers to collect and children completing the challenge are given a certificate and medal.

Ask in your local library in July to find out more or check out the Reading Agency's Summer Reading Challenge site  - lots of interesting info all year round.

Who to contact

Telephone
01753 875533
Email
library@slough.gov.uk
Website
Slough Libraries 

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