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Welcome to the Stoneham Public Library's TEEN Summer Program.
It's free! It's easy! It can be done from anywhere with internet access.


The Summer Reading Club will continue until Thursday August 28th. Final Raffle Drawing Friday August 29th.

The 1st goal of this program is to complete at least 6 hours of reading by Aug.1st.Members who reach goal will be awarded, among other things, Raffle ticket towards grand prizes and random weekly prizes, Free ticket to a Pawtucket Red Sox game on August 18th where readers receive special recognition on the field, your name on the Library's honor wall and a chance to win the Boston Bruins raffle.

The Summer Reading Club will continue until Thursday August 28th. There will continue to be weekly random raffles. The Final Raffle Drawing Friday August 29th.

You can also write reviews and see what other Teens are reading! You don't have to add a review to log your hours! But if you want to share your opinions, that would be great! Thanks!

Reach your personal goal (set in registration) and the Library will donate to Cradles To Crayons PJs drive in your name. Each day you read and record in your log we are one step closer to achieving our goal of a generous donation to the Cradles to Crayons Foundation. Join our team and we will succeed! Generously funded by the Junior Friends of the Stoneham library.

Reviews
Rating
Title
A Man Lay Dead
Author
Ngaio Marsh
Review
This book is a thriller of a detective story. It bears resemblance to G. K. Chesterton's Father Brown detective stories. I cannot wait to read more stories from the Roderick Alleyn series by Ngaio Marsh!
ISBN
978-1-934609-85-9
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