Inquiring minds are set to flourish this summer as children enter into an “investigation” summer reading club at Lavington Library.
The annual national program aims to encourage a love of reading and literacy skill development during the holidays.
Students earn points for reading books and go in the running to win prizes.
Lavington Library co-ordinator Judy Kennedy said they were holding investigation-themed holiday programs at the library and the Albury Library Museum.
“It’s to encourage students to read more,” she said.
“We’re going to have some fun things on during the holidays — they will all enjoy it.”
Students from Lavington Public School and Holy Spirit School attended a launch at the library yesterday, with some coming dressed up as detectives.
Holy Spirit student Sage Cronin, 9, said she was looking forward to joining the reading club.
“I like how it’s exciting and there’s some challenging words that I try to find out what they are,” she said.