During the month of September, 4,648 items circulated through the Pawling Free Library and 72% of these materials were printed texts. That means Pawling READS and that’s good news, but who is doing all this reading and can or do we read more? Every member of the Pawling community is being challenged to find out exactly how much we read! The Pawling Free Library is offering free e-logs to everyone and challenging the community to collectively read 1,000 books by June 1st . It doesn’t matter if your preferred author is Dr. Seuss or John Grisham...everyone can help. You can log any books you read whether they are books you are reading for pleasure, for work or for school. Every books counts! Our new e-logs offer “Read-to-Me”, children, teen and adult logs so everyone can contribute and feel part of the effort. Links to the e-log can be found on our web site at www.pawlinglibrary.org. Just look for the Pawling READS! logo on the main page of the web site. If you need assistance with registration, we’d be happy to help you with the process and show you how to log the titles you are reading. If you have questions about the program or would like more information, contact Ms. Karen at the library at 855-3444 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to see everyone join the effort to help reach our community goal. 1,000 books by June 2011...come on Pawling...you can do it! Let’s prove that Pawling READS!