Summer Reading

I’ve written about summer reading in greater detail before; what follows is just a few links about summer reading…

The WPS Summer Reading lists can be found here.  For the most part, the book lists are suggestions (that is, a kid can read a book that is not on the list and have it count towards the requirement).  Reading Rockets is also a great resource for book ideas.

The Worcester Public Library will be doing summer reading programming (but I don’t have many details).  In the meantime, check out the TumbleBook Library and TumbleReadables

If you know a teenager, AudiobookSync will be offering two free audiobook downloads every week this summer.  You can find a complete list here; it seems that they’re pairing a popular YA title with a classic title every week.  Really, this is great stuff (really!) and could help a teenager you know with his or her summer reading.

You can find more about the Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program here.