This article describes the implementation of “Free to Read”, a summer reading program with three key components: free student-selected books, Little Free Libraries and one-minute parent videos. The author explains how these three components come together to form a summer reading program that provides access and choice to a community of readers. Recommendations on creating such a program are shared at the end of the article.
Nieboer, Allison M.
"Free to Read: Growing Elementary Students' Literacy in the Summer,"
Michigan Reading Journal: Vol. 54:
2, Article 10.
Available at: https://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/mrj/vol54/iss2/10