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Review a boo​k!

Have you read a book you want to tell your friends about? Was it exciting​ or funny or did it make you sad? There are weekly prizes to win! ​​​​​Check out the latest reviews.

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Premier Will Hodgman leads the challenge​

As one of the most famous authors in th​​e world, Dr Seuss, said, 'the more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you will go'. I encourage all Tasmanian students to take up the challenge of reading at least 10 books in 10 weeks. Reading and literacy skills are the basic building blocks f​or life, and books can open a world of adventure.​​

Sally Odgers - 2016 featured author

Sally Odgers is our featured author for the Premier's Reading Challenge this year. Sally has loved reading and writing ever since she can remember. She writes about characters that have adventures and who face challenges that are out of the ordinary. She writes animal stories, fantasy and science fiction, poetry, historical stories and just about anything else that involves creating a world that is not quite like this one. Continue reading...

See more Tasmanian authors and Illustrators ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Participating Schools

There are over 32,800 students registered for the Challenge this year! Check out the participating schools: