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Summer Tales: Just for Fun

Summer Tales was launched to create virtual communities for students taking classes remotely promising short mental breaks from coursework through a fool-proof method of distraction.

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Love Your Library Quizzes

Bookworm Quizzes

Download & Share: Coloring pages

Download & Share: Bookmarks

Making buttons and bookmarks was popular at the Reading Harry Potter events. We can't put the button making machine online, but it's easy to craft your own fun bookmark with the templates.
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Create your own bookmark using ours!

Platforms for Readers and Writers

Quarantine Reading Lists

Audiobooks

You prefer listening to books? Audiobooks are a great way to chill and immerse in a story in the summer. Our top 5 reasons to try audiobooks:

  1. You can have your entire library in your pocket when you go running or to the beach.
  2. You won't look like a total nerd with a backpack of books among music lovers with earphones.
  3. You will be able to pronounce the most difficult words correctly, beating Victor Krum trying to please Hermione.
  4. You have an excuse to ask for the latest ear pods for your birthday.
  5. You can read with your eyes closed. Just don't try that while driving.

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Beginner to Advanced Fantasy Books Sorted by Merphy Napier and Daniel Greene

 


Favorite Books of 2019 by NayaReadsandSmiles

 


My All-Time Favorite Classics by lucythereader

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