|Click here to print your world map tracking sheet.|
Track your voyage on the world map as you read books representing each geographic region. You can read any genre or format with a connection to the region including picture books, chapter books, graphic novels, information books, magazines, newspapers or ebooks.
A region can be represented in a variety of ways such as a nonfiction book, a folktale, a cookbook, a book created by an author or illustrator from the region, or a story that takes place in the region.
Challenge yourself to complete one of the following achievement levels:
Read 10 Books - One from each region
Read 20 Books - One from each region, and ten more from any region
Read 30 Books - One from each region, and twenty more from any region
- Use the provided World Map and Reading Log to record your reading journey.
|Click here to print your reading log.|
- To receive a certificate from Mr. Advento, turn in your reading log to the ES Library no later than August 27.
- Remember to explore the ES Library Summer Reading website for reading suggestions.
- Visit the eResources page to access our ebook collection and research tools any time, any where. Happy Reading!
Talk Tuesday on Summer Reading: Join us on Tuesday, June 2 from 8:15-9:15 am in the ES Library for a discussion about the importance of summer reading. Leave with some practical ideas to keep your family reading as you travel around the world!