Oh, what a sad book. I just finished reading How to Steal a Dog one of this year’s Literary High Tea books about a homeless girl living with her mom and brother in a car. It makes me stop and rethink what I’ve believed about homeless people. I finished reading it last night and in today’s Seattle is an article about a homeless girl who’s been in 12 schools in 12 years and is going to Harvard University. What an inspiring story.
Barnes and Noble have a great summer reading program–read 8 books and get a free book. Combine this with the summer reading program at King County Library and reading for the Literary High Tea, and you’ll accomplish a lot.
Here’s the information about the Barnes and Noble summer reading program:
King County Summer reading program: http://www.kcls.org/srp/