The Summer Game
The Ann Arbor District Library is rethinking summer reading.
From the July, 2014 issue
Traditional library summer reading programs reward children for reading a prescribed number of books while school is out. The AADL has followed that model for decades and still does--children, teens, and adults can track books read in exchange for a prize. But since 2011, its online Summer Game adds library-related online puzzles, scavenger hunts, and more.
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