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READING TO WIN PRIZES

Superheroes Unite! Summer is just around the corner, and that means it's time for the Summer Reading Program. We'll be celebrating all types of heroes, including reading heroes! Beginning May 16, you can register for the program and start recording the time you spend reading. Prizes can be picked up beginning May 23. Share your thoughts about the best and the worst books you've read over the summer by posting reviews. The best part? After you've completed ten hours of reading and earned your free book, you'll earn a chance to win more prizes for every extra five hours you read!

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Curveball The Year I Lost My Grip makes you realize you are fortunate, lucky, and you realize how life is, how beautiful and painful it is. This book received the Trumen Readers Award and it's one of the best books I've read. This book is for boys and girls. It's based on a boy but I'm a girl and I loved it.
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Title
Curveball The Year I Lost My Grip
Author
Jordan Sonnenblick
Genre
General Fiction
ISBN
31492025105331
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I'm not hers is a great book that caught me from the beginning. the book holds minimal pg13-14 content but this is a great candy read for teens of all ages and I would give it 4.5 if not5 stars  Get it from the Library
Title
I'm Not Hers
Genre
General Fiction
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I have just started reading Maze Runner, and honestly I am just as confused as the main character- Thomas. While the first couple of chapters definitely have pulled me in, it is hard to read because it is all downhill. All hope seems lost, and everything in the Maze is so confusing. I also feel a lot of fear and anxiety for the characters. I've wanted to read this book for a long time, and I don't regret starting it! I am hoping it will start to pick up, and things will start to make more sense.   Get it from the Library
Title
Maze Runner
Author
James Dashner
Genre
Science Fiction
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I nearly had to marry this book. I just completely fell in love with it. Head over heels, I mean it was amazing. I loved the first one, but this one...Wow.
One of the best fantasies I've read, the world is so real and amazing, and Elisa is a great protagonist.
I did NOT predict the ending, but obviously I won't tell you about that, you'll have to read it for yourself.
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Title
The Crown of Embers
Author
Rae Carson
Genre
Fantasy
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I loved this book
Even if I hadn't just come out of that "I only look good in baggy clothes all the time" phase, I still would've loved it.
But let me tell you, as a girl who has been down on herself way too many times, this book is incredibly relateable and well-written.
It's funny, and honest, and has a great theme
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Title
45 Pounds (More or Less)
Author
K. A Barson
Genre
General Fiction
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