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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsHarry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets  I’ve read it before but I like it, and it is nice that I can set it down without having to stay up all night to see what happens.

Book read and reviewed by Chris.

 

 

By msibrava on February 1, 2013 Categories: J Fiction Books

The Vicar of Nibbleswicke by Roald Dahl

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I love Roald Dahl, and all of his books are great, but I think my favorite might be the Vicar of Nibbleswicke. It is about a vicar who is dyslexic and keeps saying words backwards. The part about parking and drinking communion made me laugh out loud. If you are a Roald Dahl fan and you haven’t read this book, you should read it today.

Book read and reviewed by Paul.

By lbos on November 21, 2012 Categories: J Fiction Books

The Lorax by Dr. Seuss

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I AM REDING THE LOREX

Book read and reviewed by Leslie.

By lbos on November 20, 2012 Categories: Picture Books

The Lorax by Dr. Seuss

"<em>The Lorax</em>"The Lorax  I just saw the movie and I really liked it so I read the book and it was good too. I think that everyone should read it and we should be more earth friendly.

Book read and reviewed by Doug.

By msibrava on October 22, 2012 Categories: Movies, Picture Books

The New Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley series

Mary Kate and AshleyI’m reading “The New Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley” series. They are about 2 girls named Mary-Kate and Ashley. They call themselves the Trenchcoat Twins because they’re twins and they solve mysteries.

Book read and reviewed by Theresa.

By bjones on June 7, 2012 Categories: J Fiction Books

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J. K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Firei’m reading harry potter and the gobblet of fire. it is so good i cannt stop reading it. i hope to finish it by june 10 2012 it is so good. bye hope to see you soon. i may come today.

Book read and reviewed by micaela

By bjones on June 6, 2012 Categories: J Fiction Books

The Bread Winner by Deborah Ellis

syndetics-lcThe Bread Winner It is a really good book. It is about a 12 year old girl named Parvana who lives in Afaganastan. In Afganastan the Taliban our in a war with all the people. People\’s houses are destroyed and some children die and their families too. It is a sad story. I feel so lucky when I read it because I know that my life here is amazing and wonderful. If you want to found out what happens to Parvana read the book. It is  trilogy. The second book is called Parvana\’s Journey and the last book is called Mud City. Hopefully you check it out.

Book read and reviewed by Sophie.

By bjones on Categories: J Fiction Books

Join Our Summer Reading Program

Reading Is So Delicious runs June 1 through July 31. Children ages 11 and under– come fill your belly with the books you crave, and you’ll be earning scrumptious prizes along the way. Every child receives a book log and sticker upon signing up, and a free book for finishing the challenge!

No matter your reading level, we have a program that will work for you. Read With Me is for beginning readers and children who do not read on their own. We even have special prizes for babies and toddlers whose parents are reading to them. I Read is for children who read independently.

Register in person at the Youth Services Desk, or Click here to register online and download your reading log to get started!

By bjones on June 4, 2012 Categories: Uncategorized

Amelia Earhart by Tanya Lee Stone

Amelia EarhartAmelia Earhart  It is such a good book. I love learning about her life. It is so interesting. I love reading about her. She must of been amazing. You should read this book to learn about her amazing journey!!

Book read and reviewed by Alexis.

By bjones on May 1, 2012 Categories: Nonfiction Books

A Mango-Shaped Space by Wendy Mass

A Mango-Shaped SpaceI am reading “A Mango Shaped Space” by Wendy Mass.I love it because it feels so real. It is about a girl who sees colors in all things, like black letters. She has a cat named Mango who she thinks has a piece of her grandpa’s soul in him ( her grandpa died ). She also meets other people who see colors. It is a very good book.

 Book read and reviewed by Riley.

By bjones on March 27, 2012 Categories: J Fiction Books