Victor Farmington Library Summer Reading Clubs Home Page
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Important Messages
Registration for the summer reading clubs begins on Monday, June 20th. Register for a reading club then come to the library to register for some programs. You can begin logging your minutes and adding reviews on Monday, June 27th.


Reviews
Title
Harry Potter and The Cursed Child
Author
JK Rowling, J Thorne, J Tiffany
Review
22 years have passed since Harry Potter killed Voldemort. He and Ginny Weasley are married and have had 3 children, all destined to be wizards. However, the middle kid, Albus Severus Potter feels like an outcast – he was sorted into Slytheryn house, and his best friend is Draco Malfoy’s son. Therefore desperate to prove to himself and his family that Slytheryn can be brave and loyal, he goes on a spinning, terrifying adventure, trying to correct one of his father’s mistakes. Harry Potter fans and fantasy lovers will love learning an important lesson with Albus Potter and Scorpius Malfoy.
Rating
Title
The Hobbit
Author
J.R.R. Tolkien
Review
Bilbo Baggins seemed destined for an ordinary, modest, and altogether blissfully uninteresting life in his cozy little hobbit hole. And that just happened to be his idea of a great lifestyle. However, his plans are crushed when 13 unexpected dwarves, Dwalin, Balin, Bifur, Bofur, Bombur, Fili, Kili, Dori, Nori, Ori, Oin, Gloin, and Thorin, show up in his home along with the great wizard Gandalf. You may not believe it, but they (meaning mostly Gandalf – the dwarves did not believe the little homely hobbit could help them much) had chosen him to relieve the unlucky number of group participants, 13. You see, they had chosen him to come along on an adventure, a risky, terrifying business reclaiming stolen gold from a dragon. And throughout this perilous, hooking adventure for the action and magic loving reader, the dwarves discover (and I quote Gandalf) “There is more about Mr. Baggins than any of you, perhaps even he himself, expects.”
Rating
Title
The Maze Runner
Author
James Dashner
Review
This book was beyond any of my expectations. It just blew me away!!! The ingenuity of the setting, theme, everything…wow!!! The fact that the main character stared the book not having any memories, besides his name, gave the book the perfect touch of mystery. And why would Thomas and a bunch of other boys be stuck in an opening in the middle of a maze? This book was PERFECT by my standards and I couldn’t have asked for a better read!!!
Rating
Title
The Eye of Minds
Author
James Dashner
Review
This book was an AMAZING, intriguing science fiction that was very hard to put down!!! It was about a boy named Michael, a gamer in his futuristic world, that goes down into the VirtNet every day. The VirtNet, a virtual reality network, is very popular with everyone – children, teens, adults. However, cyber-terrorists lurk in usually unnoticed corners, and Michael is assigned with a job; to stop the most influential one. This great book will have you hooked, and the twist at the very end is sure to have you love it even more!
Rating
Title
My Mommy and I
Author
P. K. Hallinan
Review
I liked this book because I really love my Mom so much and the book talks about Mom's and how much you love your Mom.
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