A Summer Reading Flow Chart

Reading during the summer months is one of the key components to succeeding in school. Recent research indicates that children who do not read over the summer may lose up to three months of reading progress.

That’s why we offer our Summer Reading Club each year, and we’re looking forward to seeing everyone for another great season. The folks over at Teach.com have also put together a flow chart to help students (and, of course, their parents) find just the right thing to pique their interest outside of the classroom.

The Summer Reading Flow Chart let’s you drill down based on your interests and find just the right book to suit your mood. If you’re looking for a quick pick this is a great place to start.

Don’t stop there though! We are always happy to give you recommendations when you come by the library. And we hope you’re using our fabulous, free, Novelist tool to look up series titles, author read-alikes, and age-appropriate reading lists. Whether it’s lighthearted reading or you want to get back to the classics, the library is the place to be. Join us all summer long and most importantly, keep reading!

Continue reading to see the full chart:

Summer Reading Flowchart

Via Teach.com and USC Rossier Online