Mischief Makers: Summer Reading Challenge 2018
The reading agency and libraries present Mischief Makers, this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.
The challenge over the summer, is to read 6 books. To encourage this, your library offer incentives such as a collecting card, bookmark, wrist band and stickers.
Everyone who takes part and reads at least one book will receive a certificate, and if you manage to read all six books you’ll receive a medal as well.
For pre-school children, we also offer the Summer Mini-Challenge. Collect a sticker for coming to the library and taking books out. When you have six stickers, you’ll also receive a certificate.
The reading challenge starts on Saturday 14th July and runs until 15th September.
Summer activities at Stirchley Library
Stirchley Library have a range of activities going on over the Summer Holidays to keep everyone entertained. The sessions run from 2.30pm-3.30pm and are generally suitable for 3 years old and upwards, unless otherwise noted. Some adult support may be necessary.
- Thursday 26th July – The star of the show, Dennis the Menace, will be the theme for this session.
- Thursday 2nd August – The original mischief makers, trickster beings who play pranks to teach mortals a lesson.
- Thursday 9th August – Come along for some pirate mischief as we set sail on the high seas!
- Thursday 16th August – Captain Underpants to the rescue!
- Thursday 23rd August – Is Horrid Henry really all that bad? Come along and make some not so horrid crafts.
- Saturday 1st September – Our regular Saturday crafts return!
Stirchley Library will also be continuing their weekly pre-school session on Tuesday mornings between 9.45am and 10.15am. For children under 5, it aims to introduce them to language through rhymes and stories.
Sun illustration by Ben Javens