Greenburgh Public Library Summer Reading
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   Spark A Reaction   
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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 Readheaded princess
Author
Ann Rinaldi
Review
This book was a very exciting historical fiction based on the true story of Queen Elizabeth I. The book describes her life from about age eleven until adulthood. The book tells of her life in the palace, the death of her father, King Henry XIII, and her younger brother, Edward. The book tells of her affair with Sir Thomas Seymour, and her love for her childhood friend, Robin. The Readheaded Princess tells of Elizabeth's journey from a child to the throne. Quite an interesting read.
Title
Star in the Forest
Author
Laura Resau
Review
Amazing book teaching about friendships and hardships in a girl's life.
Title
Bud, Not Buddy
Author
Christopher Paul Curtis
Review
This book is fantastic! It's about an orphan, Bud, who runs away from his foster home during the Great Depression and travels by himself to find his long-lost father. It makes you feel for Bud, his desperation to find the only family he might have left, his disappointment when he is separated from his best friend, and finally he discovers who his dad is. The book was funny and sweet, sad and happy, and I was eager to follow Bud's adventures on the road.