As a species, one of our defining characteristics is teaching. The passing of knowledge from one person to another is a testament to the human race to live forever, to leave behind pieces of ourselves with every written word from beyond death. The price we pay for our immortality is teaching others on the last day at the library.
Summer sun beats down on the community. Children need a place to be, a place to accept and learn while school is a distant memory. They must be tricked and bamboozled into learning through competitive reading competitions. The library Summer Reading contained subversive effects towards the love of reading.