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
Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse
Author
Rick Riordan
Review
The Greek god Artemis has been captured, so Percy Jackson goes on a dangerous quest with Annabeth, Grover, and the Hunters of Artemis to save her. They discover the Titan Lord, Kronos, is stirring and coming back from the dead to overthrow the gods from Olympus, and the story is continued in the next book too. Each fight Percy has with monsters is thrilling and he learns about sacrifice and bravery on his journey.
Title
The Fault In Our Stars
Author
John Green
Review
It was very delightful and joyful to read. It made me smile but also cry.
Title
No Fear Macbeth
Author
Williams Shakespeare
Review
This play is about Macbeth and all the things that he does to become king. The play starts with three witches that are talking about a guy named Macbeth. Macbeth's wife, Lady Macbeth wants her husband to be the king. She wants to be rich and famous. She is willing to even kill the king. She is crazy, but is smart. She gets Macbeth to kill the king while she distracts the guards. After the killing of the king, Lady Macbeth starts to crack. She realizes that what she has made Macbeth do was bad. On the other hand, Macbeth becomes more greedy and will do anything to be king. He starts to get crazy, especially when he invited people to a meal. He sees a ghost of the person he killed and starts screaming. The witches prophecies are coming true. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes drama.