Exmouth bookworms receive certificates
Three Exmouth bookworms have received the Book Track award after each reading 100 books.
Three Exmouth book worms are celebrating their love of reading after being presented with the Book Track award.
Bassets Farm Primary School pupil, Chloe Burnet, age eight, and Jack Coles, and Cameron White, both seven, who attend Withycombe Raleigh Primary School, received their certificates at Exmouth library.
Chloe, who was seven when she completed the Book Track award, Jack and Cameron, were presented with gold badges after each reading 100 books.
A spokesman for Devon County Council said: “Devon County Council’s library Services operate Book Track as a leisure time reading activity for children aged six and over.
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“Badges are awarded at regular intervals along the ‘track, culminating in the award of a gold badge when the goal of 100 books has been reached.”
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