Build a Better World

Hello, Everyone!

Thanks for your interest in the 2017 Summer Reading Blog for teens/tweens!

We are keeping the program very simple this summer because everyone is busy and we delayed beginning until after Seymour summer school was over.

The way to participate is to send an email to MuehlPublic{at sign}gmail{dot}com.

Tell me your name and what name you will be using on the blog. It can be the same, your choice. Respond to this post via REPLY with your titles. When you have achieved all 5, I will be in contact as to whether you would like an amazon gift card or a B&N gift card in the amount of $25!

This format is the same as the adult summer reading program at our library…

Categories (read and submit to me one book title and author from each one please; read in any order you want)

  • 1 Read a book off of the adult book reading list 2017-18.adultbookgrp17.18
  • 2 Read a book from the juvenile section (back wall) or juvenile section wherever you are.
  • 3 Read any non-fiction book of your choice.
  • 4 Read a book about some aspect of Wisconsin. If you are not in Wisconsin, read something about the state you live in.
  • 5 Read a picture book.

Enjoy your summer and thanks for keeping up on your reading.

Sincerely, Elizabeth

 

 

 

 

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16 thoughts on “Build a Better World

  1. HI my name is Breanna Patz, and I would like to sign up for the summer reading program. If I could have my username be Candemarina, the would be great!

  2. James Patterson Toys
    Based in the future humans are evil and advanced life forms rule the world. In the future those with many toys( cars) are the first to die.
    I would recommend this book for all sci-fi fans.

  3. Happy birthday bad kitty by Nick bruel
    A cat and how his birthday party does not go as planned. Friendship is the key to happiness and it is a lesson Kitty learned.

  4. This is Aaron in California and I would like my username to be me11yagn. I have read all 5 books.

    1. I have read Charlotte’s Web by E. B. White, which was one of the books in the adult book group list. I loved how the author used the characters of animals to teach readers important lessons in life.

    2. My local library in California calls the Juvenile section, the YA section. In this section, I have read iBoy, a awesome novel, talking about a boy, who gets to experience a brain, functioned like a phone, when an accident involving broken fragments of an iPhone lodged in his brain.

    3. I read Anne FrankL Diary of a Young Girl, as a non-fiction book. I loved how she wrote out her experiences in World War 2.

    4. I read Bitter Melon, by Cara Chow, that talks about Francis’s strict life, living in San Francisco, California.

    5. I read Oh, the Places You’d Go! by Dr. Suess. I loved reading the many adventures in the book.

  5. Hullo! The books that I have read are as follows.

    The Thickety: A Path Begins
    The Thickety: The Whispering Trees
    The Thickety: Well of Witches
    The Thickety: The Last Spell
    These are all by J.A. White! (Very very very very very well recommended!)

    The last book I read was,
    The Book of Elsewhere: The Shadows
    This was by Jacqueline West.
    Thank You!!

    • Great job, Jessica! I am glad that you have been doing so much reading. Can you please check back in the directions about the 5 categories to read within? Thanks so much! Please let me know if you need any help asap!

      • Oooooooooh! I understand now! Sorry. When I picked up the sheet from the library it just said five books. I must have grabbed the wrong paper! I should have read the instructions better, whoops! Redo.

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