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We would like to thank the following organizations for their generous prize donations:
Sweet Treats, Heid's, Wegmans, Jo's Lil Cupcake Co., Flamingo Bowl, Uno Chicago Grill, Wonderworks, Appethaizing, Family Video, Ophelia's at Cafe 407, and Friendly's!
Thank you for making 2013 our most successful year ever!

Congratulations to 130 adults who collectively read almost 900 books!

Grand prizes have been drawn and winners have been notified.

Thank you to everyone who participated! See you next year!
Reviews
Title
The Shadow of Your Smile
Author
Susan May Warren
Review
Love her Deep Haven Series.
Title
The Alison Rules
Author
Catherine Clark
Review
interesting teen drama about a teen who recently lost her mother and must learn how to cope
Title
How to braid rope
Author
Rodrick Owen
Review
Great instruction on braiding for newbies
Title
Holding on to Zoe
Author
George Ella Lyon
Review
It wasn't too long which is the only reason I kept with it. It was different but weird and confusing.
Title
The Little Woods
Author
McCormick Templeman
Review
This was a great mystery. I loved the characters and plot. There was a lot of twists and turns!
Title
The Heart's Journey
Author
Barbara Cameron
Review
Very good Amish Fiction writer
Title
Rumor Has It
Author
Jill Mansell
Review
This was such an exciting book. Fifty Shades of Grey like and just as good of a story.
Title
World War Z
Author
Max Brooks
Review
There is def. no way the new movie coming out could ever compare to the experience of reading this book. Done mostly in 1st person reminiscence, it provides the storytelling experience. The imagery is bright and yet allows your imagination to run wild. Instantly drawn in to the narrators experience, following them around like a lost puppy - afraid to wander to far for fear of what lies outside. This book is amazing. I doubt if I will even see the movie as it can only disappoint.
Title
Life Code:The New Rules For Winning In the Real World
Author
Dr. Phil McGraw
Review
His latest book focuses on defending yourself from constant bullying and abusive relationships. The exercises are reality shockers based on the "Nefarious 15 Tactics" and warning signs of BAITERS (backstabbers, abusers, imposters, takers, exploiters & reckless) people preying on easy target people. I feel more confident learning from past mistakes and ready to move forward with a confident, positive attitude to find true happiness and achieve my life goals
Title
I Swear
Author
Lane Davis
Review
This book was sad but a little confusing the way it jumped back and forth through time. A young girl killed herself because of cyberbullying. It was really horrible how she was treated. Most of the people regretted what they did. There was one girl who still didn't seem to care and nothing really bad happened to her which was annoying.