Surrey Reads for Spring Break

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Friday, March 6, 2020

 

Surrey, BC – Spring Break is right around the corner and what better way for your kids to spend their free time than with a good book? Surrey Libraries can help make Spring Break reading fun while also keeping children’s literacy skills sharp!

Whether you’re staying close to home or traveling, Surrey Libraries recommends that kids read throughout the break. “Reading helps children learn, explore and develop their curiosity,” says Rei Kitano, children’s librarian at Surrey Libraries City Centre branch “It helps children connect their world – including family and friends.”

And if your family is going away for Spring Break, that doesn’t mean your child can’t take along a great book – or two – to read. Visit your local Surrey Libraries branch, check out the Spring Break displays and find a new book to read from our top 20 in 2020 Spring Break book lists for kids and teens at surreylibraries.ca. 

Surrey Libraries also offers eBooks and downloadable audiobooks through the Libby and RBDigital apps for those who prefer to use a device for their reading while traveling or at home. 

If you’re looking for fun, educational, and free activities for your child during Spring Break, don’t forget to check out the many programs Surrey Libraries offers to keep students occupied. STEM challenges, juggling workshops, and Dot and Dash Robotic Coding are just some of the programs available. You can find the list of programs in your local library branch or at surreylibraries.ca/events

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