The free vacation classes started today in all the three CESRUD/FAVL community libraries in Ghana. Patrons in their good numbers were in attendance for the start of the classes, we are sure of more patrons joining in the coming days. Basically today was for registration, familiarization, orientation (rules and regulations of the libraries) and a general reading of different kinds of story books with patrons in order to identify the reading ability of each patron. This exercise usually helps us (the librarians and other volunteer assistants) in identifying those with good and weak reading skills. With this exercise, more detail attention is normally given to those with reading challenges, they are usually taken through the vowels and consonants pronunciation and other reading techniques in a more detailed manner in a bit to improving their reading abilities. As mentioned earlier, patrons read a lot of story books of their choices today individually and during the group readings sessions. Story books such as the Pot of Wisdom, Amoako and the Forest, David’s Day at the mine, the Fati Series, the Cat and Dog series and many other books were read. Patrons had fun at the libraries with books and meeting with other friends.