Every year, Libraries Tasmania delivers a vibrant, interactive summer reading program to encourage children to continue reading over the school holidays.
Dave chats with Alice Imlach from Libraries Tasmania about this years theme.
This year, all 46 Libraries Tasmania sites – from Geeveston to Currie to Queenstown and everywhere in between – are excited to be offering a new reading program: the Libraries Tasmania Summer Read Around.
From Monday 4 January, children can pick up a “Read Around… Tasmania” kit at their local library. The kit encourages them to ‘read around Tasmania’ – following a map from library to library – be entertained by other word-based activities, and register to win one of ten $50.00 book vouchers.
- The Libraries Tasmania Summer Read Around program runs to Friday 5 February 2021
- The program encourages children to read from one Tasmanian library to another in reading ‘steps’, to take part in a scavenger hunt, and to go in the draw to win one of ten $50.00 book vouchers!
- Children are invited to visit their local library to pick up a “Read Around… Tasmania” kit
- Any reading counts! Parents and carers can visit their local library to borrow books or browse our eResources for children (those who are not a library member can visit a library to join or join online – it’s free)
- To enter the competition, registrations need to be submitted to any Libraries Tasmania site by Friday 5 February 2021