Computer game promotes books

18th July 2003 at 01:00
LIBRARIES are using an internet game to encourage children to settle down with a good book this summer. Young readers can explore a jungle labyrinth at As players move through the maze they trigger movie clips of authors talking about their work. Children can collect stickers, a certificate and a medal for reading through the holiday. The initiative is part of the Reading Agency's summer reading challenge.

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