The Collaborative Summer Library Program
is at it again, with different programs for children (pre-K through Grade 5), young adults (Grades 6 – 12), and adults (everybody else). I registered through my library, which seems to be applying the young adult program theme to their adult program. I’m good with that. I made it my goal to finish 7 books between June 20 and August 10. Eminently doable, considering I’m about to fly to Cincinnati to see my parents and brother (and have my mom fit me for my wedding dress). Flying time = Reading time, as does Sitting Waiting to Board time and Standing Outside Waiting to Be Picked Up time.
But not Walking Through the Airport time, mainly because I am not as familiar with airports as I am with other places (my neighborhood, the schools where I’ve taught).
Have you signed up with your library’s summer reading program? Or has anyone you take care of (children, siblings, pets)? What’s your goal?
Last year I wrote a fairly comprehensive Summer Reading Round-up. Many of those links and resources are still useful.
Photo by emdot.