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Strange But True:Summer Reading Club

 


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Strange But True: Summer Reading Club
Since 1990 the British Columbia Library Association and local public libraries have sponsored a provincial Summer Reading Club which encourages summer reading and public library use by school-age children and families in BC, encouraging them to do their very best and to set their own reading goals.

Children ages six to twelve are invited to join the Strange…But True? Summer Reading Club this summer, registration begins June 15. Vancouver Public Library also invites school age children to join the Multilingual Summer Reading Club – read books in any language!

This year’s Summer Reading Club illustrator is Mike Deas. Mike is an author/illustrator of graphic novels. His love for illustrative storytelling comes from an early love of reading and drawing while growing up on Saltspring Island, British Columbia. Summer Reading Club members will receive a reading record, bookmark, and stickers to collect. Children can record the titles and authors of the books they read on the reading record. It’s lots of fun and absolutely free!

Check out Vancouver Public Library’s Summer Reading Club events at: http://www.vpl.ca.

Strange But True: Summer Reading Club

The Summer Reading Club is sponsored by the British Columbia Library Association and the Vancouver Public Library, with funding from the Libraries and Literacy, Ministry of Education, The Honourable George Abbott, Minister. 

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