Greenburgh Public Library Summer Reading
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Welcome!
Welcome to the Greenburgh Public Library's 2014 Summer Program for Young Adult Readers, "Spark A Reaction"!
Registration begins June 21st, the Summer Reading game starts on July 1st and ends on August 19th.
For every three books you enter you will receive a raffle ticket. At the end of the Summer Reading Game we will draw our grand prize winner from those tickets, and our winner will receive an iPad mini! Our second place winner will receive a gift certificate for two lift tickets at the Thunder Ridge Ski area. To see our Teen programs please click the link on the right!
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Reviews
Title
The House of Hades
Author
Rick Riordan
Review
Amazing 4th book of the wonderful series Heroes of Olympus. Can't wait for the next book. Thrilling and exciting showing the struggles of Annabeth and Percy in the land of all monsters.
Title
Grim
Author
Various (short stories)
Review
I absolutely loved this book! It consisted of a collection of short stores that were retellings of old fairy tales (hence the name Grim although that doesn't mean they were all necessarily Grimm stories). I had so much fun. Trying to guess which stories was which. To Anne a few there was: Puss in Boots, the 13 dancing princesses, the 3 little pigs, and lots more. They repeated my favorite story (about 3x I think?) which is beauty and the beast but that's okay. Not all the stories were the same level (quality?) but they were still fun to read!
Title
The Watsons Go To Birmingham - 1963
Author
Christopher Paul Curtis
Review
I really liked this book! It was about a regular family in the 1960s. They decide to visit Kenny's grandmother in Birmingham so they can have his older brother, Byron stay with her for the summer. Byron is always getting into trouble--stealing things, picking on people, and playing with matches in the house. Kenny's parents can't stand him anymore so they decide to send him off. This book is funny, sweet, sad, and Kenny tells everything the way he sees it throughout the whole book.