Thank you for joining us for Summer Reading this year! Please let us know what you thought by filling out our 2022 Summer Reading Survey here. We really value your feedback, and your responses will shape our future summer reading programs!
We are so very impressed by all the wonderful reading our Summer Reading participants did this year! All combined, our Children and Teen Summer Reading Participants together read an astounding 335,234 minutes! That also works out to 5587 hours and 14 minutes; or 232 days, 19 hours, and 14 minutes; or 33 weeks, 19 hours, and 14 minutes! That's more than half a year of reading all added up, all done by 320 local children and teens and done in less than 60 days!
See below for the breakdown of how much each age group read when all added together:
- Children (Grades 1-5):
- 192,780 Minutes
- 3213 Hours
- 133 Days and 21 Hours
- 19 Weeks and 21 Hours
- Teens (Grades 6-12)
- 142,454 Minutes
- 2374 Hours and 14 Minutes
- 98 Days, 22 Hours, and 14 Minutes
- 14 Weeks, 22 Hours, and 49 Minutes
We are very grateful to all our Summer Reading participants for helping us make this summer such a success! We had a great time seeing everyone, stamping tickets, and having you join us for programs and events! As the staff, we had a lot of fun, and we hope you did, too!
2022 Region 15 Suggested Summer Reading Lists
Your librarians and teachers have put together suggested reading lists to give you some reading recommendations over the summer. There's something for everyone, including classic and new titles! Take a look and see what books interest you.
Region 15 does not have a recreational reading list for high schoolers this year, though we are very happy to help you find books that will interest you. For class-specific assignments at Pomperaug High School, please visit your Google Classroom page. If you are having difficulty accessing what you need, contact PHS's guidance department at 203-262-3238.
Find everything you'll need for the 2022 Governor's Summer Reading Challenge, including a summer reading journal, student certificate, and suggested reading lists for grades K-12.