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Five Must-Read Books for Summer

Summer has to be one of my favorite times of year; not only is it warm and sunny, but I finally have a break (somewhat) from school, which means I can tackle my reading list! 671 more words

Summer Reading List

There’s nothing like kicking back on the beach with a cold beverage in one hand and a real page-turner of a book in the other. Let’s take a look at five of this summer’s most anticipated books. 906 more words


Book Duel: Dandelion Wine

I want you to think back to your childhood. Picture the summertime, when you’re about ten or twelve. Remember the smell of the fresh-cut lawn, the egg you fried on the pavement, the worm-covered sidewalks after the rain, the grape Popsicle you dropped on the sidewalk, the rhubarb pie Grandma made on Sunday. 141 more words

Book It!



In the summer months, when reading is not an assignment from a teacher, it may be harder for parents to motivate their students to continue with the momentum that they have gained during the school year. 166 more words

Hmm... suggestions? and other things.

I have been trying to figure out which YA author I should try next.  I mean, I have several books by Sarah Dessen left to read, and in fact, just picked up one that I had started last July then lost amidst stacks of other books (I tell you, our apartment is cluttered!!), but I do want to try other authors that are out there.   767 more words


The 50th Blog Post: Or Here’s What You Might Want to Check Out for Book Club or Summer Reading

(Fanfare!   Cheers from the crowd!  Huge rounds of applause!)

This is it!  What you’ve been waiting for!  The Hoboken Library’s 50th  post to the Staff Picks Blog. 1,397 more words

Lois Rubin Gross

18 Books for Elementary Students

Can you believe it? Summer is almost here! Time for Vacation! Time for Relaxation! Time for READING! Not sure what books might be right for your child? 287 more words