What are your feelings on limiting a child's book choices to their ideal reading levels? That has been a big thing for us this year and I understand what they are trying to do, but I think it's detrimental to the whole making kids enjoy reading thing. For example, when my kids go to the library, they know what their reading levels are but have all these other choices that interest them-sharks, monster trucks, kittens. My librarian always gets on me that my kids don't know how to choose books-I actually think they know how, but just find others that call to them more. I actually love when I do a lesson on George Washington and they come back all excited they found a book about him, or we do an author study on Eric Carle and they check out a book by him. On another note, I read YA all the time which is obviously below my reading level. I enjoy it. I don't think it hurts to read things for interest sometimes rather than just for knowledge. Is it stressed on your campuses? How do you feel about it?