Summer reading

The public library has been starting the summer reading programs already, but school isn’t even over and I finished it already, the thing is, you have to read for 10 hours, then you can get a free book. If you read for 40 hours, you can get entered into a raffle to get a FREE reading device.

Next year I am going to be going to middle school! Right now, I am in elementary school, 5th grade. The thing is with this middle school, I have to read a book over the summer that is called WONDER by┬áRaquel J. Palacio. Everyone that read the book says it is such a good book but I only got through the first few chapters. I think, in my opinion, the book is really interesting. If you don’t like wonder after the first few chapters, maybe you read the book to early in age, or you only like a certain type of books, what ever it would be to make someone not like wonder, I disagree with their reasoning. It is a really good book.

Barnes and Noble also has a reading it’s own reading challenge too. With that reading challenge, you write a list of the books you read and the author of the book, and depending on your age, when/if you complete the reading challenge, you have certain choices of books you can get for free from Barnes and Noble.

Last of all, There is a reading thing with school, where we will get a packet and we have to finish reading AND a summary of 29 books we read over the summer. That’s a lot of reading!