We've been looking back at this year's Summer Reading Challenge, Creepy House. It was a fantastic challenge, with record levels of participation and rave reviews from children and parents all over the country.
98% of library authorities took part and they had great fun too. Libraries shared so many wonderful pictures of their displays with us. Here are ten of our favourites. For more fantastic displays check out our Pinterest board.
1. Creepy cupboard at High Wycombe Library, Buckinghamshire
2. Fantastic and huge Hot House Horror at Collier Row Library, Havering
3. Creepy House at Fleet Library, Hampshire
4. Giant bat at Crewkerne Library, Somerset
5. Creepy House photo booth at Waterlooville Library, Hampshire
6. Creepy House 3D display in Cranford Library, Hownslow
7. Spooky skeletons welcome visitors to Hornchurch library, Havering
8. Scary graveyard in Gidea Park Library, Havering
9. Welcoming vampire in Coleford Library, Gloucesteshire
10. Cardboard Creepy House in Swindon Central Library
Read our evaluation results report for more detailed statistics and plans for the future.
If your child has enjoyed taking part in the 2013 Challenge please consider donating to our Summer Reading Challenge 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.
Children can visit the Summer Reading Challenge website which will be live throughout the year and will host competitions, mini challenges, news, chat and the popular book sorter.
Parents can talk to each other and share medal ceremony photos on our facebook page.