Summer reading lists aim to get students to enjoy reading

06/29/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Rather than pressing teens to read literary classics over the summer, more Boston-area educators are recommending lighter reads in the hopes of getting students to enjoy reading. "I'm concerned about turning reading into work," said a high-school library teacher. "Sometimes you do read for work, for information, for class, but sometimes you really should just be reading for pleasure."

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