• CT Governor's Summer Reading Challenge Pushes Climate Activism Books

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    Governor Ned Lamont, Connecticut Education Commissioner Charlene Russell-Tucker, and Connecticut State Librarian Deborah Schander announced today the launch of the 2024 Governor’s Summer Reading Challenge — an annual, statewide program encouraging kindergarten through Grade 12 students to read books during the summer months.

    The reading challenge started in 1996 as a statewide competition for schools based on student population and grade level.

    The 2024 summer reading program also supports community initiatives run by local public libraries and recognizes outstanding public library-school partnerships.

    This year’s theme, “Read, Renew, Repeat", features the idea and practice of conservation, which sounds like a good idea at first.

    But then you learn that the suggested reading list includes a number of books promoting climate activism and climate justice, including "The First Rule of Climate Club" and "No Planet B: A Teen Vogue Guide to the Climate Crisis" and "Greta and the Giants" which promotes left-wing climate activist Greta Thunberg.

    Screenshot, Greta and the Giants.

    Many of the recommended books promote the false Democrat narrative that there is a climate crisis, even though more than 1,600 scientists signed a declaration stating that, in fact, there is not a climate emergency.

    Screenshot, CT.gov Reading List

    The iRead summer challenge was created by the Illinois Library Association (ILA) which is a member of the Marxist-led American Library Association (ALA), so it should hardly be a surprise that the reading challenge would showcase a progressive issue aimed at creating more climate activists.

    Just like the climate activists who busted onto the 18th hole of the PGA Travelers Championship in Cromwell, CT, over the weekend.

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