An Iowa university and Connecticut high school are reinventing recreational reading programs
The lazy days of summer are here—a time to relax, vacation, and sun by the pool. It’s also a time to catch up on all those good books you didn’t have time to read all year. For students, this season can be especially prime reading months.
While public libraries have traditionally provided space for schoolchildren and adults to participate in a wide array of programming geared around summer reading, a growing number of academic and school libraries are now taking a page from their public library counterparts by hosting programming—and they’re seeing positive results.