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<< Teens' Reading Clubs 2021-22 >>

 

Objective

 
To promote sustainable reading among youths. Encourage them to become life-long readers, facilitate personal growth and care for the community through guided reading, critical thinking, sharing and discussion.
 
 

Activities

 
  1. Regular meetings will be arranged. It aims to elevate members' reading interest in the course of extensive reading on different topics, discussion and sharing. Reading materials may include printed or electronic versions of books, chapters or excerpts of books, newspapers, periodical articles, multimedia materials or selected articles on the related topics.
  2. Members and facilitators are encouraged to join the “Web Discussion Forum” to share their views in order to strengthen the connection and communication.
  3. In addition to regular meetings, “Meet-the-Authors” sessions will be arranged for members to get in touch with local authors or artists and exchange experiences in reading and creative writing.
 

Target Audience

 
Children and Youth from primary 4 to secondary 6 who are registered readers of the Hong Kong Public Libraries.
 
 

Details

 

  1. About 20 - 30 members per reading club.
  2. Members are required to attend 4 - 6 meetings (depending on the requirement of individual reading club), each at 1 hour to 1.5 hours. A certificate will be awarded to member if attendance rate reached 75%.
  3. School nomination will be allotted 80% of the members’ quota, while the remaining will be recruited through individual public libraries. Application forms are available at the libraries which hold the reading clubs. Members will be selected by drawing lots if the applications exceed the quota.

 

Chinese Teens' Reading Clubs (Cantonese)

District

Library

Target Audience

Month of 1st Meeting

Enquiry

Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong Central Library

S1 - S3

Jun 2022

2921 0335

Hong Kong Island

Chai Wan Public Library

S1 - S3

Aug 2022

2921 5055

Hong Kong Island

North Point Public Library

P4 - P6

Jun 2022

2922 4155

Hong Kong Island

Shek Tong Tsui Public Library

P5 – S2

Jun 2022

2922 6055

Kowloon

Lai Chi Kok Public Library

P6 - S2

Jun 2022

2746 4270

Kowloon

Lam Tin Public Library

P4 - P6

Jul 2022

2927 7055

Kowloon

Po On Road Public Library

P4 - P6

Jun 2022

2928 7055

Kowloon

To Kwa Wan Public Library

P4 - P6

Jul 2022

2926 4155

New Territories

South Kwai Chung Public Library

P4 - P6

Jun 2022

2429 6338

New Territories

Tsing Yi Public Library

P4 - P6

Jun 2022

2497 2904

New Territories

North Kwai Chung Public Library

P4 - P6

Jun 2022

2421 4740

New Territories

Tai Hing Public Library

P4 - P6

Jul 2022

2462 3220

 


 

English Teens' Reading Clubs

District

Library

Target Audience

Month of 1st Meeting

Enquiry

Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong Central Library

S1 - S3

Jul 2022

2921 0335

Hong Kong Island

City Hall Public Library

P5 - S2

Jul 2022

2921 2508

Kowloon

Kowloon Public Library

P4 - P6

Jun 2022

2926 4055

New Territories

Ping Shan Tin Shui Wai Public Library

P4 - P6

Jun 2022

2126 7520

New Territories

Sha Tin Public Library

P4 - P6

Jun 2022

2694 3788

 

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