Massachusetts Regional Library Systems Statewide Summer Reading Program
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“Every Hero Has A Story” is this year's theme for the summer reading club at the Wilbraham Public Library. Children ages 2 through 10, whether reading independently or still reading with a partner, are invited to participate in the club which will transform the children’s area into a celebration of heroes. Registration runs from June 20 - July 14. Children will be asked to read for at least 21 days during the summer. Working toward this goal, they will receive incentives along the way. Each child who completes his or her 21 days of reading will be invited to a private rollerskating party in August. The finishers will have their names submitted to the Times, and will receive a prize and a free paperback book.

A variety of special events will be offered throughout the summer, supported by the Friends of the Library, the regional library systems, and the MBLC. Sign-up will be held one week before each event.

Review
I didn't like it, I thought she was a super hero but she was just a plain girl.
Title
Katie woo: Katie woo saves the day
Author
Fran Manushkin
Rating
1
Review
My favorite part was when Raina had to go to the bathroom in the woods.
Title
Sisters
Author
Raina Telgemeier
Rating
5
Review
It is cool that Dr.Strange is a wizard or something. you added the whole squad I see.
I liked it but I think you left something out.
Title
DR.Strange versus The Sentinels
Author
Zachery Rau
Rating
4