Glastonbury children invited to take part in a summer reading challenge.

By Emma Dance

15th Jul 2022 | Local Features

Join the summer reading challenge
Join the summer reading challenge

Children in Glastonbury are being encouraged to join in a summer reading challenge.

To join in, children need to regsiter for the challenge (which can be done at the library, or online) then read six books across the holidays. Every time they read two books, they should go back to the library to get a set of stickers and when they've read all six they will get a medal and certificate for taking part.

It's a fun and free activity for children to take part in. Register at Glastonbury Library or online at HERE


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