Friday, 21 September 2018

Reading challenge

CHILDREN can take part in the “creepy house” summer reading challenge at Wargrave library during August.

CHILDREN can take part in the “creepy house” summer reading challenge at Wargrave library during August.

Each Wednesday, there are spooky stories and craft sessions. Each one costs £1 per child and there is no need to book.

The challenge is for children to read six books of their choice from the library over the summer.

Ros Fernley, senior assistant at the library, said: “Children will receive rewards as they work their way through the challenge.

“There’s a medal and certificate if they complete it and the chance to win a book-filled goody bag. There are 30 of these bags up for grabs.”

The library is also offering children a chance to play games such as Connect Four and draughts on Fridays free of charge.

The library is also offering children a chance to play games such as Connect Four and draughts on Fridays free of charge.

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