Summer Reading Challenge

Mayhem with Mischief Makers at Your Local Library!

 

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 Aberdeen City Libraries will again support the Tesco Bank Summer Reading Challenge Scotland. This year will celebrate 80 years of The Beano with children following clues to explore Beanotown, meeting old favourites including Dennis the Menace and Gnasher and helping them find mysterious buried treasure!

 The Challenge runs from Friday 6 July until Saturday 25 August and encourages children to visit their local library three times during the holidays, choosing two books at each visit to count towards a final total of reading six books to complete the Challenge. 

Any library book can be read, from picture books to talking books and children receive stickers and rewards at two, four and six books but can borrow up to fifteen books at each visit. Look out for our special prize draws and competitions. 

For more fun and activities, check out the Summer Reading Challenge website www.mischief-makers.org.uk where children can also create a personal reading profile and add books they’ve read to the Book Sorter. Fun, free events will take place in libraries throughout the holidays for children taking part in the Challenge.