Read to win this summer at your local library

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There are rooms full of stories just waiting to be discovered at Sunshine Coast Libraries this summer.

The annual Australia-wide Summer Reading Club is back again. All you have to do is read amazing books over the summer holidays to be in with a chance to win awesome prizes.

The annual Summer Reading Club kicks off Sunday December 1. All young people aged 0-18 can get involved to keep up the reading bug over during the holidays.

Step 1. Visit the Sunshine Coast Libraries website
Step 2. Go to the Summer Reading Club page in the What’s On section
Step 3. Register your details
Step 4. Download the Beanstack app
Step 5. Get reading!
Step 6. Complete challenges and reading logs for a chance to win great prize packs.

Once registered for the Summer Reading club, complete challenges and daily reading logs. With each challenge, review or reading log completed you will receive one entry into the prize pack of your choice. The more you read, the more entries you receive.

Prizes include:
·         Big book voucher
·         LEGO® prize pack
·         Craft prize pack
·         Robot prize pack
·         Adventure park prize

Bonus prizes are also up for grabs.

For more information, head to the Library website.

 
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