The Summer Reading Challenge, which will soon be running in libraries across the UK, isn't just for 4-11 year olds. Young people get involved by volunteering at their local libraries, providing inspiration for the children taking part and gaining valuable skills and experience along the way; lots of families also find that it is the highlight for the summer for them and helps them rediscover your local library.
Here are some of the ways you can take part, whatever your age.
Go down to your local library
It's really easy to take part in the Challenge with your family. Children sign up at their local library and receive a Record Breakers poster to get them started; then they just need to read six library books of their own choice during the summer. Taking part is completely free.
You can take part in the Tesco Bank Summer Reading Challenge Scotland now, while the Challenge launches in libraries across England, Wales and Northern Ireland over the coming weeks. 99% of libraries in the UK are running the Challenge this year - contact your local library to find out how to take part.
Share your pictures and stories with us
Let us know what you're up to at your library for the Summer Reading Challenge. Email us your photos, share them on Facebook or tell us what you're doing on Twitter using #SummerReadingChallenge.
This year the Summer Reading Challenge is all about achieving your personal best so why not try to reach your own reading goal too? The Six Book Challenge (which will be known as Reading Ahead from September) involves reading six books and reviewing them. These can include three children's books. Ask your library if you can take part there, or join in online.
Take a look at our Record Breakers website, full of activities for children and families, including a new-look Book Sorter where children can share book recommendations, competitions, and all you need to know about the Challenge.
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