Read for a Lifetime
Given by Illinois Center for the Book
Read for a Lifetime is a statewide reading program that targets high school students. This initiative promotes the enjoyment of reading by encouraging students to read both classic and contemporarymostra'n més literature and rewards them for their efforts. By participating in the program, students develop a love of books and reading that will last a lifetime.
Illinois high schools promote and encourage their students to read from the annual booklist of 25 titles, which represents a mixture of classic and contemporary literature.
Certificates are given to each student who:
Reads at least four titles from the posted booklist during the school year
Reads all 25 books on the annual posted booklist.
Reads at least four titles from the annual posted booklist all 4 years of high school.
Reads all 25 books on the annual posted booklist all 4 years of high school.
* Please indicate any senior who is participating in the program for the fourth consecutive year, having read all 25 titles each year.
All certificates are signed by the Secretary of State and State Librarian.
Blind or visually impaired students may work with their local Read for a Lifetime coordinator to substitute those titles unavailable in Braille or Talking Books. To avoid any confusion on the final completion form, please identify those students and list the substituted title(s).
Please make note of any senior who is participating in the program for the fourth consecutive year, having read all 25 titles each year.mostra'n menys