You could WIN tickets to the Vancouver Children's Festival by sharing feedback on our book reviews

Did you know that the Richmond News publishes weekly book reviews in partnership with the Richmond Public Library?

Every Sunday, library experts share their thoughts on their favourite books or something they’ve recently read.

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Now, it’s your turn to give a review! We want to hear your thoughts on these book reviews and any ideas you might have for reading recommendations. Is there a book list you’d like to see? A genre you’d like featured? Information you want about books that might be missing?

This is where the contest to enter for a chance to WIN tickets to the Vancouver International Children’s Festival comes in.

First, check out our book reviews on our website to get an idea of what they’re like. To find one, type “Book Review” in the search box. Or, you can check out some recent reviews like this one, this one or this one.

Next, scroll down to our comments section at the bottom of this contest page and share your feedback on the book reviews, what works and ideas you have for the future.

That’s it! From the comments, we will randomly select THREE lucky winners to win a set of FOUR tickets to the Vancouver International Children’s Festival, on from May 28 to June 3.

Please note: The winner will be notified with a reply to their comment with further instructions. The winner must be able to pick up their tickets at the Richmond News office located at 8211 Ackroyd Rd. sometime between Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. 5 p.m.


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