Witch and unicorn fan Beth completes reading challenge at Sidmouth Library
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A little girl followed in her mum and aunt’s footsteps to read 100 books within a year.
Beth Conway, like Kate and Cathy before her, completed the Book Track challenge with a focus on stories about witches and unicorns.
The West Hill Primary School pupil picked up her award at Sidmouth Library on Monday.
Mum Kate said: “My sister and I both did it when we were growing up in the Lake District. She’s following in a family tradition – she’s quite keen to be like me and her auntie.
“Beth likes the Worst Witch and Titchy Witch series, and she also likes unicorns.
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“I think her plan now is just to keep reading. She loves it.
“We’re just going to keep encouraging her to go back to the library.
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“She loves writing stories. She wrote one about a little star recently.
“Reading has kept her busy over the summer. It’s a good way to keep her occupied.”