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Reading Mini Challenge for Children

Summer Reading Challenge

Winter Reading Mini-Challenge for Children.

Summer Reading Challenge

The Summer Reading Challenge from the Reading Agency takes place every year during the summer holidays, from Saturday 10 July to Saturday 29 August 2021.

This year the Summer Reading Challenge is back and online with the Wild World Heroes.

We are inviting young people to explore Wilderville, an exciting town which is suffering some serious environmental problems.   But with the help of the Wild World Heroes, there’s plenty of ways to make the town better for the people and animals that live there. 

Wild World Heroes will feature amazing books, awesome rewards, and plenty of ideas for taking care of our environment. 

Set a personal reading challenge

You can join the Wild World Heroes on a new adventure by setting your own personal reading challenge to complete this summer. Join the Summer Reading Challenge

The online platform will help you keep track of your books, reviews and the rewards you unlock along the way.

As always, The Summer Reading Challenge website has lots of brilliant book suggestions to get you started, and tips on how you can keep reading. There is also have heaps of super silly activities, quizzes, videos, games and more to keep you entertained at home!

Sign up

You can sign up for the Summer Reading Challenge on the national website, this year or pick up a starter pack at one of our libraries.

To join just pop into your local Library or join online 

Open to all primary school aged Library members.

Library membership for the summer

If you are not already a member of the library, you can join the library online here to borrow e-books, e-audio books for the challenge or pop into one of our libraries and choose some books.

Reading lists

Why not visit our library website for book ideas or use our download some of these brilliant stories during the challenge

We will be posting weekly book recommendations throughout the summer.

Parents and guardians can find out more on the Summer Reading Challenge website.

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Illustrations ©Heath MacKenzie.

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