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Library launches adult reading programme


Explore the world with the Wairoa Library’s Adult Reading Programme.

The library has a range of new books and is offering local adult library patrons the opportunity to explore the world, and other categories, through a range of popular new titles.

Library staff try to run two adult reading programmes a year using different themes and structures.

The current programme will run for around four months with participants signing up, accessing brand new books and rating each read and comparing their scores with other ratings.

The programme involves eight different genres with each category comprising of three new books.

Readers can choose up to three categories and can borrow one book at a time.

The programme is free to adult readers and provides an opportunity for book lovers to share their thoughts and compare their scores.

Enrolments forms and score booklets are on the front counter at the library.

20 July 2020

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