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While many adults love to read, statistics shows that many adults never read a book after they graduate from college. We encourage adult reading. Here are eclectic topics related to adult reading.

Adults Need to Read star
Recently, I saw a meme on Facebook that horrified me. It claimed that 42% of college graduates never read a book after they graduate. Once their formal education is over, college graduates don't see why reading books is relevant to their lives. Why it important for adults to read books?

Create Your Own Summer Reading Challenge star
Vacations and school breaks are a great time to read. Let's create our own reading challenge this summer and choose our books by their covers. Don’t worry, I leave most of the rule making up to you. This article is simply a guideline you can use to create a unique and fun reading list.

Rehoming Your Beloved Books star
As an avid reader and book lover, you may have books you have read and won’t read again. You might also be overflowing with books you will never read, or have recently cleaned out your child’s bookcase. This article shares ideas about rehoming your treasured books.

Summer Reading Ideas for Teens and Adults star
Summer reading isn't just for little kids. Teens and adults can enjoy that extra reading time, too. Start with your public library. Often they have special reading programs for the summer. Some of these can include great prizes. Check in with your librarian, and check out the program!

Summer Reading Ideas for Teens and Adults star
Summer reading isn´t just for little kids. Teens and adults can enjoy that extra reading time, too. Start with your public library. Often they have special reading programs for the summer. Some of these can include great prizes. Check in with your librarian, and check out the program!

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