Tennessee’s First Lady Chrissy Haslam issued the challenge and nine-year-old Emma Rose accepted.
Today's library is not like your father's library. While you can still check out a book from the library, you can do so much more.
Each summer, the Tennessee State Library and Archives sponsors a statewide reading program by providing local libraries with materials to promote and present a summer reading program. Open to kids 3-5, we want to encourage our future leaders to discover the world of reading for fun.
Tennessee R.E.A.D.S. offers tens of thousands of digital ebooks, audiobooks, and video. These digital titles can be downloaded or streamed to your personal computer or a variety of portable devices. And it all starts at your local library with your very own library card!