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Welcome to the 2014 Teen Summer Reading Program! This program is recommended for grades 6 and up. When you register, make sure to come in and get a Bingo board! The Bingo board has a variety of reading and library related activities, every time you complete a square make sure to come in and get it stamped by the Teen Librarian! Every square earns you a raffle ticket. When you get Bingo (or 5 in a row), you earn 10 tickets and a prize. Fill the outer border and earn 15 tickets and a free book. Fill the ENTIRE board and earn 20 tickets, a free book, and a prize.


Now what are the raffle tickets for? BIG PRIZES! We have tickets for Water Country, Canobie Lake Park, sporting events, indoor go-karting, and more! We also have a variety of themed gift baskets that include The Hunger Games, Divergent, The Fault in Our Stars, Minecraft, Dr. Who, Pokemon, and The Walking Dead!


Did you absolutely love (or hate) a book you read? Write a review and earn an extra raffle ticket! Reviews have to be at least a few sentences long.


Read an interesting review and now you want to read the book? You can go directly to the book's listing in the library catalog by clicking on the book cover at the end of the review (click on view all reviews if you do not see the book cover).


Don't forget to check out all the great summer programs at the library too!


Questions? Contact Rachel, Teen Services Librarian at rgagnon@mvlc.org or 978-373-1586 x650

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Wendy Corsi Staub
Title
Lily Dale:Awakening
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This was a really good book. It was captivating reading about a girl who could see ghosts as she stays with her phsychic Grandmother for the summer after her mother dies. I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series and finding out what happens next!  Find in catalog
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John Green
Title
Looking for Alaska
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This has to be the best book ever. It is a great book about a kid in high school who meets a super cool girl. I have to be honest that I didn't want to finish this book because of a certain part. But I'm glad I did  Find in catalog
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James L. Swanson
Title
The President Has Been Shot
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This was far more graphic then it needed to be. Found myself skipping long passages of unnecessary gory details.  Find in catalog
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Author
Rainbow Rowell
Title
Landline
Review
Rowell's latest novel is aimed at adults but I think could still appeal to older teens. Georgie McCool (awesome name right?) is in her late 30s, married to love of her life, mother of 2, and was just given the opportunity to write her own television show with her best friend - something they've dreamed of since college. The only problem is that the deadline for the scripts falls two days after Christmas, which means she has to skip out on her family's trip to Omaha. This doesn't go over well with her husband, Neal. She ends up spending most nights at her mother's house because she doesn't want to stay in her empty house. She calls Neal from the old landline phone in her bedroom but the Neal she gets on the other line is 1998 Neal. The phone is a conduit to the past! She even speaks to his father who has been dead for 3 years. This truly freaks her out, but is also a comfort since present Neal isn't answering his cell. Will what she say to past Neal change things with present Neal? Read to find out! (There's also a cameo from a couple from one of Rowell's other books <3 )  Find in catalog
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Author
Meg Cabot
Title
Vanished Book 3
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I love this series. Its so funny and interesting.  Find in catalog
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