Get ready for a summer of treasure-seeking fun with the Mischief Makers!
For this year's Summer Reading Challenge we're off to Beanotown, where rumour has it there's a treasure chest full of epic pranks waiting to be discovered. Say hello to Pieface, Rubi, JJ, Gnasher, and the ultimate mischief maker: Dennis!
They're on the trail of the hidden treasure, and they're looking for some more friends to join in the adventure!
Sign up at your local library from Saturday 14 July and read six library books of your choice to complete the challenge and see if you can help the Mischief Makers find the box of tricks. It's completely FREE to take part!
All children who sign up will be given a map of Beanotown to keep a record of their journey as well as receive a certificate and medal when they have completed the challenge.
Dennis and his friends will be with you every step of the way to give you clues and show you how to be a Mischief Maker too!
About the Summer Reading Challenge
The annual Summer Reading Challenge is aimed at 4- 11 year olds and their families, and is simple and fun.
Children are encouraged to read six or more library books of their choice during the summer holidays with collectable incentives and rewards, plus a certificate, or medal for every child who completes the challenge.
Every year there is a new theme and 2018's theme is Mischief Makers!
The Summer Reading Challenge is organised by The Reading Agency charity and the public library network and is aimed at children aged 4-11 year olds and their families.
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