Richmond Public Library – Summer Reading Club (SRC)
The Richmond Public Library will be hosting two clubs for Summer Reading – one for kids of all ages, and the other for teens ages 12-18. Unlike usual, both clubs will be online this year. Registration for Summer Reading Club starts on Wednesday June 24th.
The BC Kids’ Summer Reading Club will be using an online portal, accessible via www.bcsrc.ca, where once kids have registered, they can track their reading progress and earn virtual badges throughout the summer. The Public Library will also be encouraging kids in Richmond to write book reviews for a chance to win a book prize or be published in the Richmond News. In addition, Richmond Public Library will be running a variety of online programs for kids throughout the summer. Information about these programs, as well as general summer reading club information, will be on the library’s website, www.yourlibrary.ca.
Richmond Public Library’s home-grown Teen Summer Reading Club will be using a blog format where teens can write book reviews of what they are reading to share with other teens. Book reviews act as entries into the prize draw for book prizes. They will also have trivia and digital escape rooms online for teens this summer.
Please see the attached documents for additional information about Richmond Public Library’s Summer Reading Club (SRC)
- Info sheet about Kids’ Summer Reading Club
- How to register for Kids’ Summer Reading Club
- Info sheet about Teen Summer Reading Club
All Richmond students (and parents) can get a free library card online. At www.yourlibrary.ca. Look for the buttonSign up for a free library card or click on this link that will take you to RPL’s registration window.card_membershipSign up for a free library card today! Follow the online instructions for registering and your library card will be mailed to you!