Sit back, relax and lose yourself in a Victorian book is the key message from Campaspe libraries this summer.January 9, 2014 11:20am
The Summer Read is on again at Campaspe libraries and with the warm weather already here, it is time to sit back, relax and lose yourself in a great Victorian book.
The State Library of Victoria and Public Libraries Network Victoria program celebrates the diversity of Victorian writing and encourages people to take time out with a good read.
The 10 Summer Read books are 2013 releases, written by a Victorian author, set in Victoria or about Victorians and all are free to borrow.
Readers also have the chance to win a personal library of up to 50 Victorian books by filling out an entry form at a Campaspe library.
The Summer Read runs until February 16.
Summer Read books:
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