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The program has not started yet but will begin on Saturday, June 06, 2015.
Important Messages
Welcome to the 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 13th through August 21st.

Account registration begins June 6th, and you can begin logging books on June 13th. If you participated last year, your login information will be the same. If you need to reset your login information, please contact Liz Reed (info below).

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. Drawings will take place on Fridays. There will be a grand prize gift certificates to Barnes & Noble for $75. 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 x110, lreed@minlib.net. Note: we are unable to look up password information, so make sure it's something you can remember.
Reviews
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Delightful! New York City in the Roaring 20's. Boy is orphaned,sent to Home, sneaks out for adventures. Finds friendship and "Family"
Title
Dave At Night
Author
Levine, Gail Carson
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This was awesome! Finally, something a bit different from the fantasy genre. Kelsea is a young woman who's been preparing for the role of Queen of the Tearling all her life...in isolation, knowing nothing about land she will eventually rule over. In spite of its futuristic setting, the Tearling is an impoverished country with its citizens living a near Dark Ages-like existence within a feudal class structure. All 21st century technology and learning were lost during the voyage to establish a new utopian community. Once Kelsea is ready to take over her official duties as Queen, her naivete about the condition of her people and human nature in general are ripped away by her experience with the realities and compromises of governance. Themes of social justice, personal responsibility, and forgiveness shine through occasionally mediocre writing. Looking forward to the second installment in this new trilogy
Title
Queen of the Tearling
Author
Erika Johansen
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Fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat police drama. Background history of Grand Central Station in NYC interesting.
Title
Terminal City
Author
Fairstein, Linda
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This is a quick read and provides an interesting perspective about autism. The book will definitely help anyone who wishes to gain a better understanding of autistic children.
Title
The Reason I Jump;The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old Boy with Autism
Author
Naoki Higashida
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fabulous..
Title
nantucket sisters
Author
nancy thayer
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