Wodonga Library is encouraging young detectives to pick up their magnifying glasses and look for clues as part of the Summer Reading Club.
A series of craft “investigation” days have been held at the library.
Librarian Heather McNamara said the days had been a big hit with the kids.
“We’ve got some appropriate arts and crafts that’s a little bit sleuthy and makes the kids investigate a little bit,” Mrs McNamara said.
“It’s all about providing materials and challenging them to come up with games along that theme.
“We’ve had between 20 to 30 kids each day, so it’s been very well attended and everyone is having fun,” she said.
As well as the craft days, Wodonga Library is also encouraging people to help out with Cool Relief, a local art project that hopes to inspire cool feelings as the mercury continues to stay high.
“Cool Relief is run in conjunction with Art Space, and anyone can help out,” she said.
“We’re trying to create art that inspires cool relief, and you can see on the lawn and in the courtyard that it’s already been started.”
From Thursday the library will also be putting out PlayStations for people to come in and use.
“We’ll be having PlayStation playoffs where we set up games and projectors for anyone to use and have fun with,” she said.