Are you up for the challenge? Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh wants to beat its 2017 record of 180,000 books read this summer, including audiobooks, podcasts and eBooks. Use #PGHREADS to share your latest read or #MyNextRead to ask for recommendations directly from librarians.
To kick off its 2018 reading challenge, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh invites all ages to its 18th Annual Summer Reading Extravaganza Sunday, June 10, noon–5 p.m. Attendees can enjoy live performances, crafts, games, food trucks and a used book sale at the main branch in Oakland.
To make sure your books count, register here.
– Robin Rectenwald, WordWrite Communications