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Make Waves at Your Library

The 2010 Teen Summer Reading Program for Freeland and Langley Libraries

Jayanne Bixby

on 28 May 2010

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Transcript of Make Waves at Your Library

READ WIN Gift Certificates,
t-shirts, books, or a laptop Weekly drawings for Infamous for Information T-shirts A Sony VAIO W Series
mini notebook computer 32GB iPod Touch How? Do you win these prizes all you have to do is review books online every review you submit is one entry into the drawings For the laptop and other stuff I mentioned but wait, there's more every 3 reviews earns you
1 free book at the Freeland
or Langley Library Where? do you submit these sure to be fabulous reviews online www.sno-isle.org/teens "But What Do I Read?" I'm so glad you asked! But really, you can read whatever you want to read. it just has to be at or above your reading level - so something from the teen or adult sections of the library Submissions start June 1st Every single review will be read - and the very best will appear on the Sno-Isle Teens website. Hint - be honest - not liking the book - and saying so - is perfectly fine but I don't like to read! Sigh! That's ok, there are other ways to win "But your a library. All you DO is books." Monday Book Club
2:00pm starting July 12th
outside Island Coffehouse & Books Whidbey Waters
every Tues. from 2-4pm
July 13th - Aug. 24th
Free, hands-on marine biology class with Sarah Diers. Last class will be a 1/2 day boat trip.
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