Little Bookworms

From August 22 to 26, celebrate National Book Week with us at Your OSHC. Plus, join our read-a-thon happening between August 15 to 29.


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Experience your imagination. Literally.

Books inspire children. They fuel their imaginations and give them the courage to believe they can be whatever they want to be. Little Bookworms is a week filled with literary experiences. From its deep histories and expansive themes, to the protagonists and worlds that strike us with awe – this is one magical week that you won’t want to miss!


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Experience your imagination. Literally.

Be part of something bigger, just by doing the thing you love - reading!

From August 15 to 29, Camp Australia will donate $1 to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation for every book your child reads during this 2-week period (up to a whopping $10,000)! Help raise literacy levels in remote Indigenous communities simply by reading your favourite books. Find out more information below!


Be part of something bigger, just by doing the thing you love - reading!

Little Bookworms Key Dates

15AUG

The read-a-thon begins

Start reading because the Little Bookworms Read-a-thon is now on! You have 2 weeks to read as many books as you can!

22AUG

Little Bookworms takes over Your OSHC

We're celebrating everything about books in Your OSHC! Speak with your Coordinator about what's on and book in!

29AUG

The read-a-thon ends

Last chance to submit your child's list of books. Submit via the link below!

Little Bookworms Read-a-thon

Help raise literacy levels in remote Indigenous communities. Be part of something bigger – just by doing the thing you love, reading!

From August 15 - 29, read as much as you can!

For every book read by a child, Camp Australia will donate $1 to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (up to a massive $10,000!). So, get reading as much as you can during this fortnight! Remember to write down what books you read, feel free to download our form to help you keep track!


From August 15 - 29, read as much as you can!

Submit your child's list of books by August 29!

Visit our official read-a-thon page via the link below and submit the books that your child has read!


Visit the read-a-thon page!
Submit your child's list of books by August 29!

Who are the Indigenous Literacy Foundation?

In remote communities across Australia, access to reading material is extremely limited and this impacts the achievements of the children in these communities. The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) is a national community-led charity of the Australian Book Industry, working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander remote Communities across Australia to respond to requests from remote communities for culturally relevant books and resources to support communities to create and publish their stories in languages of their choice.


Visit ILF's website for more info
Who are the Indigenous Literacy Foundation?