We hope you have enjoyed Wild World Heroes -- this year's Summer Reading Challenge, presented by The Reading Agency and Public Libraries. For a chance to win a £30 shopping voucher, please tell us about your Wild World Heroes experience by answering the quick and easy questions below. 

The survey is 14 questions long and should take about 5 minutes to complete. At the end of the survey, you'll have a chance to enter the prize draw. The survey will remain open until 29 October.

The results of this survey will be published on The Reading Agency's website. We may use extracts from your comments on our website or for the media but all individual responses will be kept anonymous. Your feedback is important for helping us demonstrate the value of the programme, and the responses will help The Reading Agency and your local library understand more about your experience.
For the rest of the questions in this survey, please think about the experience of just one of your children when answering. If you had more than one child taking part, you may answer the survey separately for each child if you wish.

Some of the questions are for parents/carers and children to answer together, so please ask your child what they think about the questions too. 

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* 2. How did your child take part in Wild World Heroes this year?

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* 3. Has your child taken part in the Summer Reading Challenge before?

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* 4. Have you or your child joined the library to take part in the Summer Reading Challenge?

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* 5. Have you and your child done any of the following as part of the Summer Reading Challenge? Please tick all that apply.

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* 6. How important are these elements of the Summer Reading Challenge to you and your child?

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Reading just for fun
Something for all the family to take part in
Talking about books with library staff and volunteers
The Summer Reading Challenge is a free activity
Collecting physical rewards (medals, pencils, etc)
Collecting digital rewards (badges, unlocking new levels, etc)
Improving or maintaining reading level over the summer holidays
It's recommended by the school

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