Massachusetts Regional Library Systems Statewide Summer Reading Program
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“Fizz, Boom, Read” 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 science lab. Registration runs from June 21 - July 12. Children will be asked to read for at least 25 days during the summer. Working toward this goal, they will receive incentives along the way. Each child who completes his or her 25 days of reading will be invited to a private rollerskating party in August. The finishers will receive a certificate of completion, 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
Charlie is mad because his older brother and sister get to go to Mexico, but he has to stay home with grandma. He thinks it's not fair, and he doesn't like being the youngest. In the end, he gets a surprise, which makes him feel a whole lot better. I liked this story because it has a good ending. Sometimes I think things aren't fair too, especially when my older brothers and sister get to do things and I don't!
Title
It's not fair!
Author
Rebecca Gomez
Rating
5
Review
Alfie sends grandma a letter, and he gets a package back from grandma. This makes him happy and excited. I liked this book because it reminded me of my grandma in Japan. She sends me packages too, and it makes me very happy.
Title
Please write back!
Author
Jennifer Morris
Rating
4
Title
Holes
Author
Louis sachar
Rating
5