Bookbug is Scottish Book Trust's Early Years Programme and encourages parents and carers to enjoy books with their children from as early an age as possible.
Inverclyde delivers the following elements of the programme in the following ways:
Bookbug Sessions are free, fun events for babies, toddlers and their families to enjoy together. Each session lasts around 40 minutes and includes songs, stories and rhymes. There is usually no need to book, and are a great opportunity to spend some quality time with your child. These sessions are held in libraries, early years centres and other community venues. For times and venues of sessions held in Inverclyde, please refer to the PDF under Documents on this page.
We have introduced a new monthly Bedtime Bookbug Session in Port Glasgow Library. The Session takes place on the last Monday of the month from 6-6.30pm.
Bookbug's Library Challenge
Bookbug's Library Challenge is a fun and enjoyable way for children to become familiar with the library environment and an exciting way to give your child a love of reading for life. It is a FREE programme that encourages children from birth until starting school to discover and enjoy their local library.
We launched this year’s Challenge on 1st March and it finished at the beginning of May. Over 400 children took part and all children who received two or more certificates were invited to celebrate at our Big Bookbug Party which was held in Port Glasgow Town Hall.
Remember you're never too young to join the library!
Bookbug packs are free and full of brilliant books and goodies for you to share with your child. We hope you’ll enjoy exploring and developing a love of reading together at home.
Packs are given to every child in Scotland, from birth to Primary 1. Your child will receive four packs in total: Baby Pack, Toddler Pack, Pirate Pack and the P1 Family Pack. There are also Gaelic versions of each pack available.
Page last updated: 6 August 2018