Are you up for a challenge? Try one of the 2019 Reading Challenges!
No matter what kind of reader you are, we have a challenge for you:
- find a challenge for reading a book a month HERE
- HERE is a challenge for reading a book a week
- Are you a bookworm extraordinaire? HERE is a challenge for you
“This summer, teens in grades seven to 12 are invited to be taken Up, Up, and Away! when they join the Teen Summer Reading Club. Drop by any Fraser Valley Regional Library location beginning in mid-June to register and pick up your free Teen Reading Record and bookmark.
For every seven days that you read this summer, you become eligible to win one of several amazing FVRL prizes, including, $100 Chapters Gift Cards and Samsung Galaxy Tablets.
Check out the Teen space on FVRL’s Facebook page. You’ll find book reviews and trailers, quizzes and more. Got a book suggestion or something to say? Leave a comment – they’d love to hear from you!” — FVRL
“Do you live in Canada?
Are you a K-12 student?
Do you think Canada has the best ‘backyard’ in the world?
Prove it! Create a short video to let us know why you think Canada has the best ‘backyard’ in the world and how you like spending time in it. Then submit your video for a chance to win some great prizes from Mountain Equipment Co-op – tents, sleeping bags, and packs! If your video is chosen as a finalist, you could have it screened at the 2013 Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival, alongside some of the best mountain, adventure and exploration films in the world!”
For all the contest details click HERE.
“This summer, teens are invited to discover lots of Strange…But True? things at Fraser Valley Regional Library. Drop by any FVRL location beginning mid-June to register and pick up your free Teen Reading Records and bookmark.
For every seven days that you read this summer, you become eligible to win one of several amazing FVRL prizes, including netbooks, digital camcorders and $100 Chapters gift cards.
Connect with other local teen readers when you share your thoughts and experiences on the Teen App on the FVRL Facebook page. Post reviews of your favourite summer reads, get reading lists and more!”
Want to win?
This is what you do:
1. Create a poem about the love of books, the love of reading, the love of a specific author or series, the love for the library
2. Post your poem on the MEI Secondary Library Facebook Page
3. Enter a lot! Each posted poem equals an entry into the random draw for prizes
4. “Like” the poems posted by others, the poem with the most also wins a prize
5. Listen for your name to be called on Valentines day saying you are a WINNER! of a gift card (to places like Starbucks, iTunes, House of James, Tim Horton’s)
Whether you missed seeing them “live”, or simply want to see them again,
click here to see photo’s of the amazing submissions by MEI grads to the Dogwood District/Authority Award Showcase 2010.
There is a poll currently being run on NEWS 1130 which is asking if the public is in favour of funding for independent schools. Visit the site and cast your vote!
Want to be entered to win flip video cameras and books? Then it’s simple: Shoot a short video book trailer or book review of a book you want everyone to check out! This contest is hosted by Fraser Valley Regional Library. Sounds good right? I’m sure you want more details!
Want to win Starfield
tickets to their Reign in Us Tour? Enter to win at
House of James, the draw is this Saturday at noon.
Check out Starfield
And so it begins . . .
The MEI Secondary Library BLOG: a place to find and share information.
A huge shout out to Sean Robertson, the source of inspiration and winner of the “Name That BLOG” contest. Come to the library next week to claim your prize!