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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, lreed@minlib.net. Note: we are unable to look up password information, so make sure it's something you can remember.
Reviews
Review
Edgy, futuristic police drama. Strong language. Twelve young girls bodies found in abandoned youth shelter. Some lighter moments.
Title
Concealed in Death
Author
Robb, J.D.
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I really didn't like this one at all. It was depressing and it was hard to get behind the character and their struggles.
Title
Dear Nobody, the True Diary of Mary Rose
Author
Legs McNeil, Gillian McCain
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Review
Perfect beach read. Zoey is likable and funny and a little sassy.
Title
Forget You
Author
Jennifer Echols
Rating
Review
Very interesting, dimensional characters, sometimes the plot dragged but it was an interesting read.
Title
Hexed
Author
Michelle Krys
Rating
Review
Some people really love Reichl's writing, but I thought it was just "okay." This biography tells the story of Reichl's growth into a food critic, plus many details of her tumultuous personal life (rather hard to believe she got any work done at all). The book lacked focus and tried to cover way to many topics. Loved the descriptions of the food however.
Title
Comfort Me with Apples: more adventures at the table
Author
Ruth Reichl
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