When I was younger then every time when I had a bigger break from school or even few days off then I usually visited my granny and grandfather. So half of my childhood I spent at my grandparents house.
At that time my family didn't have a computer and I wasn't interested in using one anyway. So most of my days I spent reading books.
I don't know how the library system looks like in your country but right now we have electronic cards, similar to credit cards. And every time you go to library you give your card and they mark a date when you should bring your book back and what exactly you took from them.
But when I was younger then it was all written to library paper cards. It was a piece of paper folded into three parts and every part had many lines where they could write the date when you had to return the book. I believe that there were about 100 lines at least. So it means that you could go to library and take some books 100 times before you had to get a new card.
So when I had a summer break then I used to read a lot. And usually at the end of summer at least half of this paper card was full of dates.
I haven't read much since I finished high school and to be totally honest then I miss it. I do read sometimes but when I do then its usually Hemingway. I think for the last four years I have read only Hemingway book.
So, couple of days ago I decided that I should read something and something other than Hemingway. My choice was "The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins. I have heard a lot about it and now is the time to read it.
I wanted to get it from bookstore but it seems that there are no Suzanne Collins books in bookstores. So I decided to buy a book from Internet but they haven't translated these books to Estonian yet, so I had to buy a original book written in English. But it isn't a bad thing, in fact I would want to read it right now.
I got this book few hours ago.