Cross over to the funny side

It’s time to chuckle, chortle, and laugh your way to Fraser Valley Regional Library (FVRL) to join the 2014 Summer Reading Club

It’s time to chuckle, chortle, and laugh your way to Fraser Valley Regional Library (FVRL) to join the 2014 Summer Reading Club – there’s one for every age. All of the clubs are free to join and participants can win fantastic prizes. Sign up starts mid-June and continues throughout the summer. Visit your favourite FVRL location to join.

Programs include the following:

• Read to Me Summer Reading Club (0 to Preschool) – Little ones get stickers, prizes and medals. Keep track of the reading you do with your child.

• Kids Summer Reading Club (Grade K to 6) – Join SRC and get a hilarious reading record designed by B.C. illustrator Jeremy Tankard. Win prizes, see awesome shows, and earn a medal. Just read every day!

• Teen Summer Reading Club (Grades 7 to 12) – Pick up reading record. Read. Enter to win prizes. Repeat. It doesn’t get much simpler than that!

• Adult Summer Reading Club (Everyone Else) – Don’t let the kids have all the fun! Enter draws for every seven days of reading. The more your read, the more chances you have to win.

FVRL will be hosting fun free programs and contests all summer long. This is your chance to cross over to the funny side. For more Summer Reading Club information, please visit www.fvrl.ca or your closest FVRL location.

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