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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.

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 1st goal of this program is to complete and Log in at least 6 hours of reading by August 1st. 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!

Members who reach goal will be awarded, among other things, Raffle tickets towards Kindles, IMAX Theatre passes, and random weekly prizes. You will also be awarded a FREE ticket to a Pawtucket Red Sox game on August 19th where summer readers receive special recognition on the field, a FREE pass to Altitude Trampoline Park, your name on the Library's honor wall, and a chance to win the Boston Bruins raffle.

Once you have completed 6 hours....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)to pick up your pass to Altitude Trampoline park.


The Summer Reading Club will continue until Thursday August 27th. The Final Raffle Drawing Friday August 28th.


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
Last Lecture
Rating
Title
Last speech
Author
Randy Pausch
Review
Randy made something out of his life in his last speech he showed that even though he was dying that there was happiness and strength. I loved this book because he though he was dying he didn't lose hope or self pity instead he made something out of his last days and making a lesion to be learned through hos heart felt last speech.  Last Lecture
Rating
Title
Fault in Our Stars
Author
John Green
Review
I loved this book to death. My favorite part was when hazel and August were in Amsterdam at dinner out side as the pedals from the trees fell into the water it was so beautiful. The description through out rhe book takes you through an emotional trip along with the characters as if you were one. This book brought me to tears and made me laugh, it is defiantly a page turner.
House on Mango street
Rating
Title
House on mango street
Author
Sandra Cisneros
Review
This book reflect a lot on how society often mistreats those of diversity and also how the young grow up and learn about it. Also was when the main character wore heels with friends they had gotten commented on as if they were stripers which was messed up due to their livings conditions.  House on Mango street
Paper Towns
Rating
Title
Paper Towns
Author
John Green
Review
Paper towns is basically a mystery but also show that you can't always live in a utopian society, just as Margo kind of puts in the book but the trick is she becomes the mystery herself. Quentin the other main character learns how to solve Margo's mystery in search for her after she mysteriously disappears.   Paper Towns