Nashua Public Library 2014 Teen Summer Reading Program
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   Spark a Reaction Teen Summer Reading 2014       Staff       Escape the Ordinary - Adult Summer Reading 2015       Staff Summer Reading 2015   
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Here's How It Works
Questions? Email Sophie Smith, teen librarian, at teens@nashualibrary.org

Read just 1 book* and raise $.25 for charity. This year we're supporting FIRST, providing scholarships and opportunities to students studying science and technology.

Read a book and log it to win awesome prizes.

Reviews must be submitted by midnight on Wednesday, August 20th to be eligible.

Depending on how much you read, you earn more prizes.

Read one book, earn a $5 fine coupon
Read five books, win a free book
Read ten books, win a $5 gift card to Hayward’s Ice Cream
Read twenty books, win a gift card to Barnes&Noble, GameStop, Target, the movie theater, or other stores—your pick.

Once you reach a goal, you can pick up your prize at the Reference desk. You can win all four if you read 20 books this summer.


*You can read anything you want that is at least 80 pages long (graphic novel, fiction, non-fiction, or listen to an audiobook).
Reviews
Title
Magic Thief
Author
Sarah Prineas
PageNumber
411
Review
I loved it!
Genre
Fantasy
Rating(5=best, 1=worst)
Title
The book thief
Author
Markus zusak
PageNumber
552
Title
Batman knightfall volume 1
Author
Various
PageNumber
615
Genre
Sci fi
Rating(5=best, 1=worst)
Title
The Future of Us
Author
Jay Asher
PageNumber
356
Review
I liked how the author used multiple points of view, it gave you a better understanding. Also the book was easy to follow a long with.
Genre
Fiction
Rating(5=best, 1=worst)
Find this book in the library catalog
Title
Ella Enchanted
Author
Gail Carson Levine
PageNumber
237
ISBN
0-06-440705-5
Review
Genre
Fantasy
Rating(5=best, 1=worst)