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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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Jay Asher
Title
Thriteen Reasons Why
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This book was very interesting. I loved how they switched perspectives. I also loved how they used cassete tapes to portray Hanna's character.  Find in catalog
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Kathryn Erskine
Title
Mockingbird
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Caitlin has Asperger's syndrome and turns to books and words for comfort after her brother Devon dies. She discovers the word closure and determines that is what she needs.   Find in catalog
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Matt Groening
Title
The Simpsons Comics: Hit the Road
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This was funny!  Find in catalog
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Chris Colfer
Title
The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell
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TLOS 1 was much more than I had thought it would be. I absolutely love Chris Colfer because of his work on Glee; I read his other book, Struck By Lightning, and saw the movie version that he created. I had big expectations of TLOS, and they were certainly exceeded. Alex Bailey was a character that I related to, despite the 6 year age difference between us. Her and Conner's journey through the fairy-tale world was extraordinary and I loved every second of it. I'm currently reading the sequel, and I hope that HPL gets the 3rd book soon!   Find in catalog
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Terry Trueman
Title
Stuck in Neutral
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I think this book is really strange. It's really short, about a little over 100 pages and kinda an easy read. Overall it was an okay book, but if you like to read weird stuff this book is good for you  Find in catalog
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