Whether you are a college student, parent, second language learner or a young child just
learning to read, reading for fun over the summer vacation period is full of benefits.
Studies show that students who read during the summer retain more and have higher vocabularies
than those who don’t. Even life-long learners find themselves learning new things through
reading for fun over the summer. Come take a look at our “Staff and Faculty Picks” display
for summer reading. Also on display are a few titles under the category of “Bibliotherapy,”
which are books for adults and children who are dealing with personal problems such as anger
management or PTSD. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, ask a librarian. For additional
suggestions, view a
list in WorldCat or
The display was created by Mary Kira.