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Join us for our first Adult Summer Reading program at the Morrill Memorial Library! Everyone ages 18 and up, and teens in high school, are welcome to participate. The program runs June 21st through August 15th.
Get started by clicking "Sign Me Up" to create an account and fill out the enrollment information. NOTE: password must be 4-14 characters. Then, start reading! Log any books you read and add a review if you wish. Remember, ebooks and audiobooks count, any genre or title you choose; there is no required reading list. Everyone who reads and logs at least one book per week will be entered to win a weekly drawing for $10 gift certificates to Barnes & Noble. There will also be two grand prize gift certificates to Barnes & Noble for $25 and $75.
Sign-ups begin June 14th, and the program begins June 21st - the first day of summer! Weekly drawings will take place on Fridays, with the grand prize drawings on August 15th. Thank you to the Friends of the Library for donating this summer's prizes.
If you have any questions, please contact Liz Reed at the Reference Desk at 781-796-0200 x 110, email@example.com. Note: we are unable to look up password information, so make sure it's something you can remember.
I got my YA fix by reading this collection of short stories told from the perspective of the male lead, Four, of the Divergent series. Not a stand-alone book. Must be read following the trilogy.
Sequel to If I Stay. Very good
Where She Went
This book is certainly informative about the life of Malcolm X, and the significant role he played in American history. The book definitely portrays the experiences and transformation that Malcolm went through from youth to his death. The Epilogue was my favorite part of the book!
The Autobiography of Malcolm X: As Told to Alex Haley
Great historical fiction about women and their fight for rights in England.
A Mad Wicked Folly
Sharon Briggs Waller