Finkelstein Memorial Library Teen Summer Reading Program
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   Teen Summer Reading Program 2016   
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The last day to log books for the Teen Summer Reading Program 2016 is Saturday, August 13th! Get your logs in by then to have a chance at the final weekly raffles AND the grand prize raffles! There will be three grand prize winners!
Reviews
Title
Furuba (Fruits Basket) vol. 7
Author
Natsuki Takaya
Rating
5
Review
Honda-San meets the lamb from the zodiac legend, and he hates her because she is closer to the girl he likes then he is.
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Title
Spy School
Author
Stuart Gibbs
Rating
4
ISBN
978-1-4424-2183-7
Review
Ben Ripley under goes a big change in his life as he gets the chance to become a spy. It is his dream to become a spy, however during spy school many things start to unfold. Ben tries to solve the mystery with the help of Erica and several other spy school classmates there. Lots of unexpected twists in events and thrilling action occur through out his experience to solve the mystery. Ben starts to learn how to become a better spy as he goes through solving the mystery.  Check it out!
Title
A Separate Peace
Author
John Knowles
Rating
5
Review
"A Separate Peace" by John Knowles is a story about two boys named Gene and Finny who are close friends yet are not similar in personalty wise. Gene is more of a shy type, but works hard while Finny is confident, yet not studious. This book shows the complexities between friendships in high-school and how it could get out of hand. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to remain a stable friendship and to see how tough highschoolers or any student is going through this today. This book deserves a 5 because it teaches how friendships could fall apart, but also rebuild once again.
Title
Kiss of the Rose Princess
Author
Aya Shouto
Rating
5
Review
High school student Anise Yamamoto was given a warning at a very young age. Do not remove this choker or a terrible punishment will befall you, so she rebelled against the school rules and wore the choker but, one day a falling baby animal fell out the sky and pulled the choker off. She was given four cards,one red, one black,blue and white. She KISSED the cards,suddenly four people appeared out the cards and they just happened to be the most popular (annoying and irritable)guys in the entire school sworn to protect and serve her! Could this be the punishment her father warned her of??
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Title
The Rose and the Dagger
Author
Renée Ahdieh
Rating
3
ISBN
9780399171628
Review
This book is the sequel to The Wrath and the Dawn, and the final book in the duology.

I wasn't impressed. To be honest, after re-reading the first book, I had more sympathy for Tariq. In the second book, that sympathy grew--but then it was coupled with irritation.

The Rose and the Dagger is a good book, and those who loved The Wrath and the Dawn will be happy with its sequel--the books just weren't for me.   Check it out!