summer reading programsSummer Reading Programs Kick Off as School Year Ends (GoodeReader)
Schools around the country are getting ready to dismiss for the summer months, but parents don’t have to let the gains their children made during the year slip away.

Amazon Editors Pick Best Summer Reads (GalleyCat)
Ever wonder what Amazon editors like to read? Well, the group has complied a list of their recommended reads for the summer.

Goodreads Adds ‘Ask the Author’ Feature (Goodreads Blog)
Starting today, you can submit your questions directly to any of the 54 authors participating in the Ask the Author launch.

Amazon Launches New Kindle Store Section Devoted to eBook Singles (The Digital Reader)
The stories are broken up in to 6 sub-sections based on the estimated reading time (15/30/45/60/90/120 minutes).

Kindle Daily Deals: Kicking & Dreaming (and others)

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