Goodbye for now. Hello summer reading!

Photo from the Collaborative Summer Library Program

It’s the end of another quarter here at the good ‘ol UW iSchool, and we at iYouth couldn’t be more excited. Don’t get us wrong! We loved our classes, and we created some amazing things in them. However, there’s just something about this break that’s calling our names. We were so ready for a couple months without class and with reading…with lots and lots of reading! Whether it’s a summer of reading or a summer or learning, we’re really just all about the summer part, and the Seattle area has a plethora of kids programs to get excited about! Each library system around us has a little something to offer:

*King County Library System
*Kitsap Regional Library
*Pierce County Library System
*Seattle Public Library
*Sno-Isle Libraries

If you need a book or two to get you started, ALSC is ready and willing with recommendations. That is, of course, if April’s recent post about LGBTQ YA books hasn’t already filled your GoodReads list! #somanybookssolittletime

And now it’s time for us to leave you to it! Get out there and enjoy your summer. That’s where we’ll be. Which is to say, we won’t actually be posting here, but we will be gathering plenty of stories to share with you next year. See you in September!

(P.S. Before we’re done, we just wanted to make a quick shout out to all the graduating iSchoolers out there, especially the iYouth officers. You have been an inspiration, and we’re so excited for you! Congratulations!)