The Summer Reading Club is designed to encourage young people to read over the summer holidays. When they register, participants receive a reading logbook in which they can keep track of their reading throughout the summer, along with activities they can do at home. During the months of June, July and August, all public libraries in the province will present various fun and entertaining activities. Participants will receive a certificate of achievement at the end of the summer.
Children can register at any time for the Summer Reading Club in person at the library or by contacting the library by telephone or email. Children can also register online by visiting the Summer Reading Club website at http://www.gnb.ca/summerreadingclub.
Summer Reading Club activity schedules will be available at the library, on our Facebook page and through our children’s e-newsletter.
Take a hike and enjoy reading a story along the way. Located in the Chignecto recreation area, follow the Ursa Minor trail to complete the tale. The featured book is "How the Petitcodiac River Became Muddy".
This installment of Fundy National Park Story Trail is a joint project from the Hillsborough Public Library and Fundy National Park, in partnership with L'Editions Bouton d'or Acadie.