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Important Messages
You may begin logging your books JUNE 30th.


The more books you read and review, the more chances you have to win!

Enter three book reviews to be eligible for the first reader's award: Folding Lunch Bag.

Enter three more reviews to be eligible for the second reader's award: Double-Wall Tumbler.

Grand Prize: On August 19th a random drawing will be held for the grand prize: Barnes & Noble Nook HD 16 GB! You only need to enter one review to be eligible for the grand prize, but the more reviews you enter the better your chances!

You will be notified by email if you are a prize winner. Good Luck & Happy Reading!

The program ends August 17th 2014

Reviews
Wethersfield Library
Review
Good story, suspenseful. Interesting glimpse into Mississippi, present and past.  Wethersfield Library
Title
Sycamore Row
Author
John Grisham
Wethersfield Library
Review
The story centers on a quilt and the person who made it during the time of World War I. Maria Romano was an orphan, skilled as a seamstress, who worked in the Royal household for a time. The story goes back and forth between that time and the current time, when Caroline Meadows discovers the quilt and tries to learn what happened to its creator. An interesting story.   Wethersfield Library
Title
The Forgotten Seamstress
Author
Liz Trenow
Review
Such a good book. Fast read, interesting and rich. Family reconciliation and connection.
Title
Three Little Words
Author
Sarah N. Harvey
Review
This book was phenomenal! Very suspenseful and a great story. I love this author!
Title
Unlucky 13
Author
James Patterson
Wethersfield Library
Review
Peony is the story of a bond maid who serves a Chinese-Jewish family in the city of K’aifeng, where once the largest Jewish colony in China existed. However at this point, the mid-1800s, the colony has dwindled. Through Peony’s eyes we watch each member of the family struggle with the decision whether to cling to their Jewish roots, or to assimilate into the Chinese community. The arguments on both sides are well drawn. The story of how the family lived is based on factual information. If you enjoy historical novels, especially about China, you will like this book.  Wethersfield Library
Title
Peony
Author
Pearl S. Buck
Review
The first half was rather predictable but the second half brought a big surprise. The friendship between an A-list actress and a reporter happening overnight was a bit of a stretch but brought with it an interesting story line.
Title
Good in Bed
Author
Jennifer Weiner