Congratulations to our Reading Record Prize Winners!


This year we had 150 submissions of reading records handed in to the Library.  In this reading record program, students filled out lists of books that they had read in different themes. Each submission qualified them to enter the draw for prizes at the end of the school year.

Today we held a draw for 2 grand prizes of $10.00 gift cards for the House of James and a whopping 20 free gelato coupons!

Congratulations to all the students who participated in our reading record program!  We are so proud of each one of you.

Many thanks go to the House of James for their generous support of the program.



(4 prize winners not pictured)

Where can I find books to read over the summer?

Don’t forget to join your local summer reading clubs at the public library and the House of James!  Win prizes for daily reading!


Can’t get to the Library?  Make your own reading club in your very own neighborhood!  Get together with your friends and read for at least 15 minutes a day. Send a photo of your reading adventures to Mrs. Starcevic to be featured on the blog. Have a great reading summer!




Local Author to visit House of James September 15th!

From the website: About the Author

Born in British Columbia, Konrád Kocsis now lives in Bellingham, Washington. This is his first novel of a trilogy following the adventures of the Krusaders. “I wanted to write a leadership book for youth that could be fun-filled with quotes of success principles to learn from in a natural setting.” He hopes to instill confidence in young readers by developing leadership and problem-solving skills through role models and inspirational quotes.


Saturday Sept 15, 2012

Author Konrád Kocsis,

will be at the House of James from 10:30am – 12:30pm

Come and have your copy of

Adventures of the Krusaders and the
Legend of Wilde Island

Summer Reading

Join your favourite summer reading clubs this season!

House of James Summer Reading Club

Registration starts June 21 at 9am for Kindergarten through Grade 11.

Call: 604-852-3734 for details


Kids Summer Reading Club

This year Fraser valley Regional Library (FVRL) is celebrating all things weird, wild, and wonderful with the theme: “Strange but True?” Whether your taste runs to crazy inventions, bizarre biographies, real-life world records or fantastic fictions, you’ll discover plenty at your local library to make your imagination soar!


Can’t get to the public library? Try their ebooks!

Books for preK to adult are availbe for FREE with your FVRL Library account.  Read online or download to your computer, eBook reader or Smartphone.

Travelling by car?

Try the public library’s collection of audio books!

Don’t forget to stop by your Church Library for more summer reading resources!