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   KIDS Summer 2015       Teens Summer Club 2015   
If you have previously registered for a program, enter your user name and password and click on the Login button. New users click on the Sign Me Up button.
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Welcome to the Stoneham Public Library's Kids Summer Program.
It's free! It's easy! It can be done from anywhere with internet access.

ALL CHILDREN through grade 6 are welcome to join.

Registration: To Register for the program click on SIGN ME UP and fill out the simple registration form. Once registration is completed you will have created your very own personal reading web page with your own user name and password. Keep track of the time you spend reading on-line from anywhere over the summer.
It is that simple....Don't miss out.

The Goal is to complete 6 hours before August 3rd. However the program will run through August 27th.

REWARDS: 1) When you have completed 6 hours of reading before August 3rd you will receive a Raffle ticket, a FREE ticket to Pawtucket Red Sox game on August 19th, a pass to Altitude Trampoline Park, and a FREE day at Topsfield Fair.

The On-Line program will keep track of your times. Write reviews if you'd like.

Once you have completed 360 MINUTES....COME INTO the Junior Room for 1)a raffle ticket and to select the grand prize you would like to win, 2) to pick up the form to receive your Free admission to Pawtucket Red Sox game on August 19th,
3)pick up your pass to Altitude Trampoline park and lastly 4) register for your Free day at the Topsfield Fair (admission to the fair, a hot dog & drink, 2 ride tickets and a “read and win” ribbon.)

The DEADLINE to complete 360 minutes in reading logs is Sunday, August 2nd for Topsfield and Pawtucket. It is very important to mark that date.


BONUSES: Summer Club members will also have the opportunity to win fabulous Bruins' Prizes. Members will also be invited to enjoy many special programs such as LEGOs, Music, Reptiles, Woodworking, Ronald McDonald, Science Magic, fabulous storytelling and crafts.


The Reading Club will run until Thursday August 27th. Raffle prizes will be awarded end of August.




Reviews
Ranger in Time
Rating
Title
Ranger in Time
Author
Messner
Review
This is a suspenseful historical fiction set in Rome with my favorite dog Ranger, a golden retriever trained to search and rescue. Loved it. I am going to check out his other books.   Ranger in Time
Sink or swim
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Title
Sink or swim
Author
Mylnowski
Review
I love this series. This is the 3rd one. This one rewrites the Little Mermaid. I thought it was funny how Abby and Jonah have convince the Mermaid to keep her tail. Can't wait for book 4.  Sink or swim
The Escape
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Title
The Escape
Author
Lasky
Review
Great Book if you love horses and history which I do. Amazing story of one horse leading a herd thousands of miles to safety. Can't wait to read the sequel.  The Escape
Scaredy Squirrel at Night
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Title
Scaredy Squirrel at Night
Author
Melanie Watt
Review
It is funny how he is scared of unicorns and fairies because those are two of my favorite things!   Scaredy Squirrel at Night
My Pony
Rating
Title
My Pony
Author
Susan Jeffers
Review
It was about an imaginary pony, but I liked how in the beginning they visited real horses.   My Pony
Middle School Get Me Out of Here
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Title
Middle School Get Me Out of Here
Author
James Patterson
Review
Middle School is about a boy whose: 1. a great artist 2. has been expelled. I think the graphics were excellent and funny as well as the book. James Patterson wrote a hiliarous novel that you should read.   Middle School Get Me Out of Here
The Wishing Spell
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Title
The Wishing Spell
Author
Chris Colfer
Review
This author is famous from TV show GLEE! It was great. I can't wait to check out the rest of the series. The Land of Stories tells the tale of twins Alex and Conner. Through the mysterious powers of a cherished book of stories, they leave their world behind and find themselves in a foreign land full of wonder and magic where they come face-to-face with the fairy tale characters they grew up reading about.  The Wishing Spell