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The Teen Summer Reading Program begins on July 1 and ends on August 9th. Be sure to sign-up and you can be entered to win weekly prizes. At the end of Summer Reading Program you can be entered to win one of our four grand prizes which in previous years have included laptops, iPads, and eReaders.

Registration for the Teen Summer Reading Program begins on June 24th but you won’t be able to log your books until July 1.

Writing Reviews
When writing your book review please include the title, author, a little something about the subject of the book and what you liked or didn’t like about the book. Three sentences is the requirement for a review. Here is an example:

The Burn Journals by Brent Runyon

This is a great book about a 14 year old who tries to kill himself. Brent, who is also the author, talks about the memories when he tried to kill himself because he got bad grades and he didn’t want his parents to know. One day, he actually almost killed himself by lighting himself on fire. He got many 2nd and 3rd degree burns and started to wonder if anyone would like him anymore. Brent sees life in a different light and learns to cherish life and be grateful for what he has. After he recovered from most of his burns, he gets sent to a rehab center where people are mean to him but he still pushes his way back to normality and getting on with his life. When I finished reading this book, I couldn’t believe that this was a true story. This is a great experience with suicide and the victim’s thoughts and emotion. This is a one of a kind book and I would recommend this autobiography to anyone willing to face the devastating experience for Brent Runyon.

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This is the first book of the Fallen Series. In this book, Luce or Lucinda, goes to a school called the Swords and Cross. She was sent there because she did something bad, well not exactly bad but she was seeing shadows. In this school she meets Cam, a guy who she thinks she likes, Daniel, mysterious guy whom she has a weird attraction to, Arriane, this bad ass girl who's really nice, and Penn, a really nice and smart girl who becomes Luce's close friend. Then Luce get into all this trouble, learning that in every life she lives in, she will fall in love with Daniel again every single time until she is 17 and also that fallen angels do exist. This is the most exciting and amazing paranormal romance book I have read.  Boston Public Library's Online Catalog
Lauren Kate
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Em Watts used to be a normal teenage girl until a giant flat screen purposely fell on her, the only way to save her life was to have a brain transplant. Guess who she had to have a brain transplant with, Nikki Howard, Stark's number one model. She finds Nikki Howard with her body and figures out she never died after all. Em sneaks into a private room where the head and founder of Stark was having a meeting. They were having a meeting, the room was filled with seniors auctioning off healthy teens to switch brains with. They realized Em video taping the meeting and threatened something to happen to her younger sister if anything about the gathering got out. With the help of a few friends, they took over Stark and got the founder behind bars.  Boston Public Library's Online Catalog
Meg Cabot
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Jenny Greenley, a high school junior, is so trustworthy that she is Ask Annie, the school’s anonymous & “neutral” advice giver. Being able to keep that secret, she suddenly is the one in charge of Luke Striker, a total Hollywood hottie. Unfortunately, Luke doesn’t care about his top-secret disguise as Lucas Smith so Jenny’s job is almost impossible. During a school car wash, “Lucas” whips off his shirt and the whole school notices his tattoo, which only the famous Luke has. Running away to his house with Jenny, Luke convinces her that she can do much more then make friends. Soon, Jenny is a hero. Because of her aid to others, Scott, Jenny’s crush since fifth grade, confesses his love for her. Finally everyone is satisfied: Jenny, Scott, Luke, (obviously the school) and even a girl that used to be called Cara the cow.