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   Adult Summer Reading 2016   
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Welcome to the 2016 Adult Summer Reading Program! (June 6 - August 4).
Exercise Your Mind - READ!

This summer, why not try something new? Attend a fitness, cooking or gardening program at the library. Whatever new activity you try, we can match it up with the perfect book.

Sign up begins Monday, June 6 either online at or in person at the Information Desk. Each time you finish a book, submit your review online at the Summer Reading Club link on our website, or fill out a paper form at the Information Desk. All participants get a free gift just for registering! (While supplies last).

Adult Summer Reading Wrap party
Thursday, August 4th @7:00 pm

Talk about the books you've read and enjoy light refreshments with a chance to win prizes for those who attend.

The Mary Licata Summer Reading Award will be given to the Plainview-Old Bethpage resident that posted the most book reviews to our website.

The Girl in the Red Coat
Kate Hamer
A gripping story of a lost child abduction told from both sides, child and mother. Well written and highly acclaimed for good reason. Not my typical read but I'm glad I ventured out of my comfort zone for this.
Legends of our Time
Elie Wiesel
Elie Wiesel recently passed away and I felt the need to read one of his books. I much preferred this book to the many holocaust novels I have read. Elie Wiesel lived through the holocaust and it was much more meaningful to me. A must read.