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Melrose Public Library
   Teen Summer Reading       COPY 2014   
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***Next Teen Event: Learn to Draw Superheroes***
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There will be Weekly Raffles and a Grand Prize!






Reviews
Review
Finally on vacation, Rebecca is excited to help at a magnificent japanese garden with her cousin Ana! Everything there is stunning, and both girls are fascinated by the graceful and beautiful gardener’s wife. But, as soon as they start helping, someone keeps on damaging what they’ve done, as if they want the girls gone! And each time an object or plant breaks, the adults always blame it on the girls! Rebecca is determined to find the culprit -- even if risks being banned from the garden for good.
Title
A Growing Suspicion
Author
Jacqueline Dembar Greene
Review
Marie-Grace is traveling by steamboat for the first time, and she has just met a girl named Wilhelmina who’s her age! But things get dark when Wilhelmina tells Marie-Grace a big secret: she’s trying to find gold her father left her, and it might depend on her family’s survival! Marie-Grace is willing to help, but both girls realize it might be impossible when their last clue goes missing…
Title
The Hidden Gold
Author
Sarah Masters Buckey
Review
Caroline is excited: she’s traveling on a stagecoach to Albany with her friend Rhonda for the first time! Although it’s not for fun. She needs to deliver an important package for Papa, which could help save the war. But when the precious bundle disappears as well as other items, Caroline realizes the thief has to be another passenger of the coach. What if the culprit has other plans in mind? What if the package is in British hands? And most of all, must Caroline disappoint Papa?
Title
The Traveler's Tricks
Author
Laurie Calkhoven