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SCHOOL students are being encouraged to beat the heat at their local library and get lost in books this summer with the Fraser Coast Libraries Summer Reading Program.

Councillor for Community, Heritage and Family Services, George Seymour, said the Summer Reading Program was a fun way to encourage students to keep reading over summer. "The Summer Reading Program is the perfect way to get children involved with the library, its different activities and of course its books."

Participants can read 10 books or complete 10 hours of reading to go into the major prize draw which includes an Ipad Mini and gift cards. The program is open to children up to the age of 16. The Fraser Coast has library branches at Burrum Heads, Tiaro, Howard, Maryborough and Hervey Bay.

To join, enquire at the information desk of any branch of the Fraser Coast Libraries.



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