Grafton Public Library
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Important Messages
Welcome to Every Hero Has a Story! This year, each child (birth-12) who registers for the program will receive a free book! Stop by the Library to claim your prize.

Tickets to win fabulous prizes will be earned throughout the summer and earning tickets is as easy as 1-2-3.

You can earn...
1 ticket for every day you come to the library.
2 tickets for writing a short book review on books read the summer.
3 tickets for coming to programs at the library.

How to Participate:
1. Register online at, or sign up at the Library
2. Set your own personal Reading Goal and read to reach it, write book reviews for each of the titles you read this summer, or choose to do both!
3. Visit the Library and attend Library programs to earn additional tickets.

Food for Fines, July 1-Aug 31
The Grafton Food Bank needs your help! Bring in a donation of non-perishables or school supplies and we’ll waive your fines (up the value of donated goods). Food for Fines can only be applied to overdue fines.

I liked the boy's dream
Where the Wild Things Are
Maurice Sendek
This is a fun picture book featuring a raccoon named Mo who is trying to discover what makes him marvelous. He creates some chaos along the way but gains the confidence he is in search of by the ending.
Mighty Mo
Alison Brown
Superman can jump as high as the sky. I really like reading about superman and like my superhero books. superman huffs and puffs and can freeze things.
2nd Review-Up, Up, And Away
Quinlan Lee
It is about a bunch of crocodiles who go on a camping adventure...sort of.

~ NJ (review by NJ. Typed by mom)

Camping Day
Patricia Lakin
Zombies and Electricity was a good and scary book because the boy and girl zombies were on the seesaw. They stayed on it for the whole day and the whole night. They were holding a + and a - and they were smiling!
Chase Glicksman
Zombies and Electricty
Mark Weakland