After the success of this year's Summer Reading Challenge we want to encourage children to visit their local library and keep reading over the Christmas holidays.
So, with the help of Cressida Cowell, we're running a Christmas mini-challenge on the Summer Reading Challenge website between 12 December and 6 January.
Children simply read three library books over the Christmas holidays, update their profile with the books they have read and earn a virtual badge as a prize.
Plus there will be a special Christmas competition too!
Cressida says: "What I really love about this time of year is snuggling down with a really good book. Why don't you find some books to snuggle down with and take part in the Christmas mini-challenge? Get online and get stuck in ... and if you need a lift to the library, you could always try a ride on a dragon, but don't fall off though!"
Children can visit the Summer Reading Challenge website to take part in the Christmas mini-challenge.
Libraries and schools can promote the Christmas mini-challenge by downloading our special promotional poster. There's a space at the bottom for you to add your logo and any other messages should you wish to do so. We've also produced a second version of the poster with a plainer typeface.
Parents can join us on our Facebook page for all the latest Christmas mini-challenge news.
If your child has enjoyed taking part in the 2013 Summer Reading Challenge please consider donating to our campaign and help us reach more children in 2014. It only costs £3 for three disadvantaged children to take part in the Challenge for free. Please donate £3 to our campaign by texting READ06 £3 to 70070 or by visiting justgiving.com/SummerReadingChallenge.