WELCOME BACK!

Smore you read the smore you know

Happy First Day of School!

We hope you had a great summer of reading!

This week the Grade 4 and 5 students will come to the Library to sign out textbooks and get a textbook orientation!

Next week, Grades 1-5 will come to the Library for their first Library Orientation and be able to sign out one book!

Do you have a picture of you reading a book over summer?  Submit your photo to be featured on our blog!

See you soon!

 

Up, Up and Away!

summer reading

“Get ready for some up lifting reading and more! You will receive a fabulous free Reading Record and bookmark, as well as collect weekly stickers to keep track of all the strange reading they do. Explore this year’s SRC theme through fun free programs, contests and displays all summer. Kids who complete their Reading Record will be eligible to receive a special Summer Reading Club medal!

Registration for Summer Reading Club begins mid-June. Kids who joins SRC will be given a colourful reading record and bookmark. Visit the library regularly and collect stickers for your reading record. At the end of the summer you may receive a medal for your efforts. Enjoy cool programs and contests throughout July and August. There are lots of great prizes to be won!

Regular reading during the summer helps kids to maintain or even improve their reading and literacy skills. Studies show that voluntary reading is the number one factor in establishing good reading habits. Summer Reading Club makes reading fun and our expert staff can help kids find just the right book or magazine from among a wide variety of library materials.” — FVRL

Summer Reading

Join your favourite summer reading clubs this season!

House of James Summer Reading Club

www.houseofjames.com

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

Call: 604-852-3734 for details

JOIN YOUR LOCAL SUMMER READING CLUBS!

Kids Summer Reading Club

 http://www.kidssrc.ca

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!

eCOLLECTION

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

http://www.fvrl.bc.ca/learn/ecollection.htm

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!