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Whats On : December 2008
Summer Reading Summer Reading is a reading program for children under 12, which aims to engage children in reading activities during the summer school holidays. To get your child involved in Summer Reading, pick up a Summer Reading passport at your local library so they can start collecting stamps. Children receive stamps for: ?? Reading by themselves or with help from an adult ?? Attending a children’s activity at any Council library. ?? Sharing their secret hero identity with others by visiting www.ourbrisbane.com/photos and uploading a photo of themselves dressed up as a hero or doing a heroic deed. (They will need your permission before they do this, no personal details are displayed although you will need to be a member of ourbrisbane.com – membership is free). Our friendly library staff will stamp your child’s passport when they visit the library for an event or return a book that they have read. Limit of five stamps per child per week. Every child who collects 10 stamps and completes their passport receives a reward (Conditions apply) Borrow a book from your local library and start reading. 2