Places to Read Challenge
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This summer we are challenging you to read in as many different places as possible!
You can read anything you like – a book, an e-book, a comic or magazine, fiction or non-fiction, or listen to an audiobook.
If you have to stay at home this summer there are still lots of unusual places you can find to read!
Download the Places to Read Bingo card and see if you can you cross off all 16 of these different reading spots this summer?
Summer Reading Places to Read Challenge Bingo Card (PDF 240kb)
This challenge is just for fun, so it doesn’t matter if you do a couple of these or lots of them.
Just have fun reading this summer!
When you have completed the challenge,
or done the best you can, just download the certificate below and record your achievement.
Summer Reading Places to Read Challenge Certificate (PDF 604kb)
Top reading tips!
- Audiobooks are great for listening to on journeys – you can listen with headphones or the whole family can listen together. Funny books are great for this!
- You could choose a book about animals or nature to read outside; that way you can learn about the insects, plants and animals you can see around you while you’re out and about.
- E-books are handy for reading on the go: you can read them on a smartphone or tablet which is easy to carry around with you (you might want to get your grownup to look after this for you!).
- There are hundreds of e-books, audiobooks and magazines for kids on RB Digital and BorrowBox, and they are all free for library members. There are lots of famous authors on there, like David Walliams, and popular book series like Alex Rider, Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Harry Potter. Or you might like to explore and discover your new favourite!
We'd love to hear how you get on with our reading challenge this summer. You can ask your grownup to get in touch on our Facebook page @CBClibraries.
Page last updated: 15th July 2020