Summer Reading @ Seymour
Welcome to the Seymour Library Summer Reading Home Page. Click on the tab for your grade level in September.

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Enter your user name and password and click on the Login button.
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The Reading Game
Hurray for summer! Time for camping, sports, friends and sleeping in! Spend some of your time this summer reading. It's a game that everyone wins. Build your vocabulary, intelligence, cultural understanding, communication skills and imagination. Stories can be hugely entertaining and very inexpensive. Books are like a real-life tardis. Travel to incredible places and times, meet intriguing characters and survive impossible situations. Anything is possible when you read. Seymour's summer reading game gives you the chance to win prizes, too. One finished book=one entry. Easy!

Create an account. Remember your user name and password for next time! Each time you FINISH reading a book, enter the author, title, about how many minutes it took you to read it, and a couple of sentences telling something about the book and what you thought of it. Wait at least one day. Come to Seymour's Information Desk to pick up your prize entry forms. Put your forms in the prize box for something that you'd like to win. Prize boxes are located in the Teen Scene. Win Domino's Pizzas, gift certificates to Game Players Unlimited, Collector's Choice, Unique Gift Boutique, Lift Bridge Bookshop, Seaward's Candies and Ice Cream, Jimmy Z's, bags of books or a reader's t-shirt. Grand prize to the reader with the most minutes is a $50 Amazon gift card!! Prize winners will be announced at the Teen Readers' Party on Monday, August 7, 7-9 pm.
Reviews
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Title
The Mystery in San Francisco
Author
Gertrude Chandler Warner
Review
Another mystery loving book!  http://www.libraryweb.org
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Title
Clara Barton
Author
Janet & Geoff Benge
Review
This book is an inspiring. Clara Barton was the true Angel of The Battlefield. People shouldn't try to forget the Civil War. We can learn from other peoples mistakes, but we should also remember and honor the little known heroes like Clara Barton.  http://www.libraryweb.org
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Title
The Chronicles of Narnia
Author
C.S. Lewis
Review
I'm not one for big books and Narnian stories, but the way this book is written is pretty cool.  http://www.libraryweb.org