Summer Reading Program
June 21 – Labor Day
Are you looking for a good book to read, but you don’t know what it could be? Try one of the following suggestions. Then tell us on our Facebook page about your “reading adventure.” Participation in the ALMP summer reading program will be recognized.
July is graphic novel month. Check out the titles. Enjoy a graphic novel. If you don’t know the term, graphic novel. Ask a librarian or a friend to help you.
Check out the best sellers. There will be something fascinating there to read.
When was the last time you read a children’s book for your own pleasure. How about Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day?
Take your favorite book to a convalescent center. Read to a patient.
Read a large print book.
Check out the “books on tape.” Find one to “read.”
Read a book that has been made into a film. Watch the film and compare the two.
What, you don’t read the local (Gazette-Journal) newspaper? The library has a copy. Sit down in the “reading area” and enjoy finding out the news from the county.
Read a mystery book.
Children and pets are good listeners. Read a book to a child and, if a pet is around, include it.
Jennifer Chiaverini has written the Elm Creek quilt series as well as enjoyable historical novels. Read
Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker or one of her other novels. You will enjoy the adventures.
Check out National Geographic’s books. Imagine the trip you can take. Where would you go?
Reader’s choice! What will you choose? Maybe an e-book.