Find your quiet space outside, create a cozy corner for one on the back patio or claim your favorite part of the couch, because Stamford readers are ready for summer reading, even if it’s only late spring. The Ferguson Library offers downloadable eBooks, eAudio, movies and more for free. (Head to its website, fergusonlibrary.org, for information.) Also try the SimplyE.app (an app for browsing, borrowing and reading eBooks on your mobile device—all free with your library card); search for it through Ferguson Library. Also, students can get free online tutoring through Tutor.com, available through the library’s website. If you need assistance, send an email to email@example.com or try a virtual chat at fergusonlibrary.org/virtual-chat. Not sure what to read? Consider the Reader’s Choice book The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan. In this book, Anthony Peardew bequeaths his lifetime collection of lost objects to his assistant, Laura, who must return each item to its owner. It was meant to be the book for discussion. Might as well read ahead.