2020 Gold Star and Little Stars Reading Club programs
Children from all over Brisbane are invited to take part in reading programs at Council libraries this summer. The 2020 Gold Star Reading Club program for children aged 6-12 years will again be joined by the literacy program for young children, the Little Stars Reading Club program. Designed for children aged 0-5 years and their carers, the Little Stars Reading Club program is a wonderful way to connect and bond with your child while developing their early literacy skills. Both programs commence in Brisbane City Council libraries on Monday 19 October and run until Friday 20 November 2020.
Looking for four good reasons to get involved with the 2020 Gold Star or Little Stars Reading Club?
- Membership is free.
- Council’s reading club programs can help children improve their reading and literacy skills.
- Children will be rewarded for reading with an exciting incentive prize.
- It’s fun! Children will have fun sharing their reading experiences with family and friends.
How the programs work
The Gold Star Reading Club is a five week program for children aged 6-12 years.
The Little Stars Reading Club is a five week program for children aged 0-5 years.
Register your child for the Gold Star Reading Club or Little Stars Reading Club:
- at your local library
- online via the Gold Star Reading Club form or the Little Stars Reading Club form
Before children can register, they must also be members of the library.
Reading club members will receive a pocket book. This book includes program information and a reading progress chart.
Prizes and incentives
By reading a minimum of two books of their choice each week and recording the details in their pocket book, children can collect ten gold stars and an incentive reward.
Children who collect all ten gold stars are eligible to receive a medallion and a certificate of achievement after the program ends on 20 November 2020.
For information about the Gold Star or Little Stars Reading program, you can:
- visit your local library
- phone Council on 07 3403 8888.