Kimberworth Community Library - Rotherham Library Service

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Tel: 01709 558581
Contact Email:
kimberworth.library@rotherham.gov.uk
Website:
www.rotherham.gov.uk/info/200062/libraries
Address:
Church Street Kimberworth Rotherham

The Rotherham Library Service organise a range of activities for children, young people and families across it’s libraries including Chatterbooks and The Summer Reading Challenge. This year the theme ...

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The Rotherham Library Service organise a range of activities for children, young people and families across it’s libraries including Chatterbooks and The Summer Reading Challenge. This year the theme for the Challenge is Story Lab, which features 4 characters and the lab cat, who all help Professor Cortex to collect and share stories to fire up young imaginations. An interactive Story Lab website will launch in June, enabling children to talk about their favourite books and reading experiences with top authors and illustrators. Story Lab also promotes libraries as a place of wonder for children, where librarians offer them invaluable advice. Children can gain up to 10 hours of credits by participating in the Summer Reading Challenge. Learning outcomes for the Challenge and Chatterbooks include the following: children will read up to six books from a reading list by the end of August 2012. They will then discuss why they have made this selection and discuss at least one book they have read with other children and library staff as well as read at least one paragraph from a chosen book to other children and library staff and produce at least one book review.
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Age Range: 5 - 14
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