May 26, 2010

LIVE CHAT: Summer Reading!

Posted by at 7:48 am in Live Chats, Reads, Summer | Permalink

6a00e55007a3148834010536cbf2da970b-800wiSummer! Summer! Summer! Whether your school has already let out, or if you still have three more weeks to go, it’s not too early to start planning your summer reading. Summer can be tragically looong and boring if you run out of good books to read. Here at THE STACKS, we want to make sure that doesn’t happen. So, the next Live Chat will be about Summer Reading. What books are you excited about reading this summer? What books are you REQUIRED to read this summer? What are your best summer reading recommendations?

WHEN: TODAY 6-7 p.m. ET (3-4 p.m. PT)
WHERE: THE STACKS
(See below for instructions to join.)
TOPIC: Summer Reading!

We have more awesome Live Chats planned for the summer. Sign up for our Live Chat reminders and we will send you an e-mail a
couple days before all future chats to remind you to join!

And if you haven’t already signed up for the Summer Challenge, you should go check it out. Once you’re signed in, you can choose your favorite genre; find new friends, and read for the world record!


Hi! This chat has already happened, but you can now read the whole entireĀ transcript here.

  1. Katie

    I read about four hours a day i love it. oh and by the way little women is the best book ever people who haven’t read it read it now.

  2. PMNROCKS

    Does anyone like the Percy Jackson books. They are great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. PMNROCKS

    I am just making a shot out to my best friend.Her username is DJMQ. HAPPY BIRHTDAY!!!!!!!

  4. PMNROCKS

    Has anyone heard of the Series of Unfortune Events? There great books to read. There is 13 books. The are so good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<3 :]

  5. PadawonSnowcone

    Ya! Reading ROCKS!! I like the American Girl series and The Allie Finkle Rules for girls series

  6. altermuse

    I like almost any kind of book… I will read anything you put in front of me!!
    …unless I don’t like it. Then I won’t read it.

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