10 Things You Should Know About Summer Reading

New York City based alternative newsweekly “The Village Voice” last week posted onto their blog “10 Things You Should Know about Summer Reading.” In the post writer Victoria Bekiempis shares some interesting historical facts about summer reading that have led to the development of current programs held annually throughout the country. The article can be viewed on their website at http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2012/07/summer_reading_facts.php.

One Response to 10 Things You Should Know About Summer Reading

  1. Matthew Gary Milam July 9, 2012 at 3:11 pm #

    For great, Halloween-anticipating summer reading:
    “The Haunted House Kid” by Matthew Gary Milam
    (Amazon,B&N,Xlibris) wix.com/thehauntedhousekid/matthew-gary-milam

    It’s Young Adult reading that’s a little different, a little old-fashioned (at the same time uptodate), but a cool story.

New York State Library

Summer Reading at New York Libraries is funded in part through the Federal Library Services and Technology Act, with funds awarded to the New York State Library by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services. The New York State Library is a program of the Office of Cultural Education in the New York State Education Department.