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Exercise your mind this summer by entering our summer reading program for grownups! For every book read you earn a chance for fun prizes. The grand prize is a FitBit Activity Tracker. Anyone who reads 10 books in 7 weeks earns a chance to win this grand prize. (An additional chance is added for every book over 10)
See our events calendar at www.woodburylibraryct.org for fun ways to exercise your body and your brain!
Special thanks to Friends of Woodbury Library for sponsoring our programs.
Reviews
Title
Killing me Softly
Author
Nicci French
Review
Interesting tale of an obsessive love relationship. When does one cross the line? Quick read which will keep you guessing.
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Title
nest
Author
Esther Erhlich
Review
Ya book about an 11 year old girl who lives on Cape Cod with her psychiatrist father, her mother who is a dancer and her sister. Her life seems idyllic until tragedy strikes. It is told from "Chirps" perspective. I listen to the audio version which will really tug at your heart.
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Title
nine women one dress
Author
Jane L. Rosen
ISBN
kindle
Review
The perfect summer read- no thinking required!
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Title
To the bright edge of the world
Author
Eowyn Ivey
ISBN
kindle
Review
Such an interesting story! told between a husband and wife in the 1800 and correspondence between a historian and a relative of the couple in present time. Great tale of Alaska
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Title
Firefly Summer
Author
Nan Rossiter
ISBN
9781496705037
Review
The Quinn Family (Birdie, Remy, Sailor & Piper) as children caught fireflies in a mason jar. Their brother, Easton, drowned as a child, when trying to find a 'heart'stone. His oldest sister, Birdie was supposed to hold his hand but he wanted independence - she allowed it and he was swept out to sea by a large wave. This story is about them as 'mature' adults coming back to their roots and letting go. Each sister endures a challenge during the story and looks at their life. In the end, their acknowledgement that their brother's loss was tragic, mistakes are made in life - but - they have lived and loved as women brings them peace
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