Children of all ages are invited to join Richmond Public Library’s free Summer Reading Club! Come in to any Richmond Public Library branch to pick up your reading booklet.  Then, record your reading progress to earn weekly stickers and a medal at the end of the summer.  Special programs and events are happening throughout the summer at all four library branches, too. Join us on Saturday September 7th for our Summer Reading Finale! 

For more information check out the August Kids Summer Program Guide or call us at 604-231-6412.

Teens! Starting June 20, you can join the RPL Teen Summer Reading Club and make reading and visiting the library a part of your summer plans. Post book reviews on our blog and enter the booklet design contest for a chance to win prizes. Don’t miss our first ever Alternate Reality Scavenger Hunt, participate in our Escape Room, writing workshops and more.

For more information check out the Teens Summer Program Guide or call us at 604-231-6412.

Adults and teens – until August 31, join in the One Book, Three Cities community reading project, with the City of Richmond’s Sister City Advisory Committee. This year, the community will read and talk about Life of Pi by Canadian author Yann Martel. Pick up a copy in-branch or download the eBook – digital copies are available all summer long. Participate in the Slice of Pi contest in August for a chance to win fabulous book prizes. Plus, enjoy connecting with other readers from Xiamen and Qingdao, China on the One Book, Three Cities online discussion forum.

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