Kids, want a free pizza?
Hey kids! Do you like pizza? Tararua District Library is running a really cool reading challenge from now until the end of November 2015. Just by reading a few books, you can earn a free pizza!
How does it work? There are 3 age groups: age 5 – 7 years ; age 8 – 12 years ; age 13 – 18 years. Depending on your age group, you get a booklet (there are three booklets, each designed for a different age group). Inside the booklet are seven challenges. To do some of the challenges, you’ll need to look at the LIANZA 2015 Children & Young Adult Book Awards finalist books. Other challenges can be done using any Tararua District Lbrary book. All the instructions are in the booklets.
When you have completed the whole booklet, hand it in to your local library in exchange for a specially clipped and stamped Pizza Wheel Voucher. Take the voucher to your nearest Hell’s Pizza shop, and you can get a free healthy 333 kids pizza! The Hell’s Pizza Caravan will be in Tararua sometime during the Term 3 school holidays, and the vouchers can also be redeemed there.
After you’ve completed one booklet, you can begin another if you like. Think how many free pizza’s you could earn by December!
Booklets are available at Dannevirke Library, Woodville Library & Service Centre, Pahiatua Library, and Eketahuna Library & Service Centre. Or if you can’t get into a library, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can send you a pdf booklet to print out (tell us your name and age please).
If you aren’t a member of the library yet, you’ll need to get a library card to be able to finish your booklet. It’s really easy – just bring your Mum or Dad or other adult over 18 years old along with you, to fill out a form. The adult will show us their ID (like a driving license) and also some mail to prove they live in the Tararua (like a phone bill), and then your card will be ready to use. It only takes about 10 minutes! If you don’t have an adult to help you get a card, come and see us anyway, let us know that and we’ll see what we can do to help.