Summer reading program begins July 2 at County libraries

Children can pick up 'passport' from their local branch

Ada Webb reading books 2

Lambton County Library’s Summer Reading Program begins July 2 at all branches.  This year’s TD Summer Reading Club theme is “Wild”. Children can pick up a passport from their local library to record their reading and earn prizes. 

Prizes may be earned in three ways:

Collect stickers for reading and claim a book prize after reading five books (maximum of 5 prizes).

Lego Contest: available for ages 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12.  Children can enter to win Lego prizes by uploading a photo of their creation to the library website.  Multiple submissions are encouraged.

Wild Masks Contest: available for ages 3-12.  Children can enter, as often as they wish, a random draw for a Wild Prize Pack by uploading a photo of themselves wearing their mask to the library website,  Multiple submissions are encouraged.

Four Teen Challenges will be offered over the summer for ages 13-19. One winner will be selected for each challenge and will win a $25 gift card to the Book Keeper or Cineplex.  Participants that enter all four challenges will be eligible to win a $100 gift card to Lambton Mall.   Multiple submissions are encouraged.

Blurb A Book (July 4 – July 18): write a funny or sarcastic blurb to recommend a book to your friends and submit it to the library website. 

Keep Reading GIFs (July 18 – July 31): create your own book-themed GIF and submit it to the library website. 

Blackout Poetry (Aug. 1 – 14): make your own blackout poem and submit it to the library website. 

Books in Wild Places (Aug. 15 – 28): Take a photo of a book in a strange place, yourself reading in a strange place, or yourself with a weird face.

Get the Lambton Shield Daily Brief in your inbox:

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.