Keep reading! If you are traveling within BC this summer, you can visit any public library — all participating libraries have been provided with extra stickers for visitors. If you are travelling out of the province, just let your library know!
Your child can still collect stickers even if they don’t finish. The reading record is yours to keep!
No problem! Just keep reading. After 7 days of reading, your child will earn a sticker or digital badge!
Each library runs the program a little bit differently. The program usually begins in late June and usually ends in August.
The BC Summer Reading Club program materials are bilingual (English and French) but children are encouraged to read books in whatever language they feel most comfortable, including ASL (American Sign Language).
Children read story books, information books, graphic novels, and even comic books!
You don’t need a library card to join the Summer Reading Club! If you would like to borrow some books or digital materials, just ask the staff about getting a library card.
Visit your local library and your child will receive a free reading record to keep track of their reading.
Registration begins sometime in June. Just call or visit your local library to find out when you can sign up.
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