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Welcome to the Adult Summer Reading Program 2013!

After you register for our Summer Reading Club, you can submit a raffle entry for a summer basket each time you visit the library.

Level 1: After you read and enter 2 book titles, you will be automatically entered into an end-of-the-summer drawing for a Kindle PaperWhite eReader. (No other action is required for this level.)

Level 2: After you read and enter your 3rd book title, you can choose a free book. (Stop at the Information Desk to redeem this prize!)

The Cora J. Belden Library has several programs for adults this summer.
Check out our calendar at www.rockyhilllibrary.info for details and registration.


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Cora J. Belden Library
Title
the Obituary Weiter
Author
Ann Hood
ISBN
9781470842758
Review
Depressing.  Cora J. Belden Library
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Cora J. Belden Library
Title
Game of Thrones
Author
George R. R. Martin
ISBN
978-0-553-57340-4
Review
Excellent! Great detail and intricate story.  Cora J. Belden Library
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Title
ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life
Author
Judith Kolberg and Kathleen Nadeau, Ph. D.
Review
Includes helpful strategies on how to organize time, clutter, and paperwork. A good book for anyone who is looking to become better organized.
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Title
The Candymakers
Author
Wendy Mass
ISBN
0316002593
Review
This is a wonderful novel for upper elementary, early middle schoolers. To best describe it, it is like Willy Wonka meets Nicholas Benedict!   Cora J. Belden Library
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Cora J. Belden Library
Title
Samurai Shortstop
Author
Alan M. Gratz
ISBN
0142410993
Review
I really enjoyed this book!! Taking place in 1890, it is the time frame between old and new Japan, the elimination of the Samurai, and the invention of many new thing technologically. The story follows a young man, Toyo Shimada, who is enrolled at a school for "men of higher purpose"-men who will one day run Japan. After the death of his Uncle, Toyo must choose between the love he has for playing baseball and the path his father has chosen for him, that of the Samurai.   Cora J. Belden Library
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