Washington Summer Reading - Resources
The CSLP website has excellent resources to assist libraries with their summer reading planning and programs. Registered users have access to a second navigation bar. Go to (www.cslpreads.org) and register to access the following resources – open to all Washington public library staff. Allow 24 to 48 for approval.
Resources are added as they are developed. Check back often or join our Summer Reading list for updates.
- Well Fed, Well Read webinar, March 24, 2015.
- Summer Reading Summit webinar, November 19, 2014.
- TeachingBooks.net is offering free multi-media resources courtesy of Upstart. These online materials include collections of:
- Author interviews in video, audio, and written formats
- Audio booktalks with authors, illustrators, and professional narrators
- Book discussion and activity guides
- Audio recordings of authors pronouncing and telling stories about their names
- Links to author and illustrator websites
- For access to these materials and more, visit:
Visit the CSLP Partnerships page for posters and other resources.
2015 Program Manual Errata
- No errata available at this time.
2014 Program Manual Errata
- Fizz, Boom, Read! (Childrens)
- Ch. 2, Pg. 49—Readers of all ages will be transformed into scientists, not explore all things underground.
- Ch. 2, Pg. 50—Los lectores de todas las edades sera transformado en cientificos, not exploran todas las cosas debajo de la tierra.
- Ch. 5, Pg. 147—Under Fibonacci Fun, the number three (3) is missing from the sequence. The correct sequence should be: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, …
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