The school year is in full swing, which means that you, dear reader, most likely have some reading assignments looming on the horizon. Whether you’re in AP classes or not, English teachers LOVE to assign books that are likely to crop up on the AP literature test. But that list is huge, and figuring out which books you might actually enjoy reading can be daunting. Fear not! Here is a list of amazing AP books that read a lot like some much more recent popular young adult titles.
Teen Book Guides earn volunteer hours by helping 1st-3rd grade readers who are having challenges with reading. It creates a mentoring relationship between a teen and a child to increase the child’s reading confidence and skills.
Training for the program will be held on Thursday, October 3 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
The fall program runs Thursday, October 10-Thursday, December 12, 2019 (excluding October 31 and November 28).
July is National Anti-Boredom Month, and what better way to combat boredom than with a book? But what do you do when you simply can’t find that next perfect read? Maybe you’ve just finished something amazing and are suffering from serious TEABS (The End of an Awesome Book Syndrome). You know the feeling -- you’re not quite ready to move on from the people and places your last book took you to. Or maybe you’re in the dreaded book slump, when you just can’t find anything that really sucks you in.