Harry Potter Book Night is here and it looks like it's going to be a brilliant night. Reading Activists in Warrington have been extremely busy preparing for the occasion. They've been making decorations, creating a potions table and planning a treasure hunt for their exciting event: an occasion to introduce the next generation of readers to the unparalleled magic of Harry Potter.
Reading Activists will be at the library to make sure the event runs smoothly. They'll be introducing the sorting hat, and making sure everyone is put into a Hogwarts House. After that there will be games, including quiddich, where children can compete for house points to become champions and win the house cup.
"They have all been working so hard," said group leader, Chris Everett.
We hope the event is a huge success and look forward to hearing all about it!
We're also very excited to announce the winners of our competition. We asked Reading Activists to make a video of their favourite scene from the book. Congratulations to the group from Stockton Heath: you are the lucky winners of a £30 shopping voucher.
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We encourage 13-24 year olds to use the library, volunteer, and inspire others to read.
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