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Pre-K Reading Program

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Program Runs From MAY 25 Thru JULY 13

Remember to Log Your Minutes Before the End of JULY 13!!

This program is designed for children age 0 to 4 to encourage life-long reading habits. Once you've earned enough points you'll receive a completion certificate you can print and share!


Summer Reading Survey


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·  Register Online Here – Parents you can create an account first to easily monitor your children's activity.

·  Track Your Reading – Log in here and track your reading to earn points.

·  Keep Reading! – Earn a completion certificate once you've completed the program.

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The Rock And Gem Book
by Dan Green

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This book is so cool.I learned so much new rocks,gems,and dimands.

The Flame Bearer
by Bernard Cornwell Saxon Chronicles

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Finally finished this last book of the Saxon Chronicles! Lord Uhtred battles his way to Bebbanburg, to take over his lands, but it's not easy and even when the book is over, another story begins and so I can't wait 'til the next book in the series comes out!

Hippos Go Berserk Board Book
by Sandra Boynton Board Book

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Emily read this almost completely by memory

Mermaid Tales Book 14
by debbie dadey

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it was a great book my child loved it

a silent voice 3
by Yoshitoki Oima

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The book was good. It had frustration,confusion,happiness,and sadness. This book is good for people who are 11 and above.

Hitman Anders And The Meaning Of It All
by Jonas Jonasson Books

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This is a zany and irreverent novel but very entertaining and funny in places. Refers to the adventures of a defrocked woman priest (from Church of Sweden) a just released felon and a clever and unscrupulous "receptionist" and their unlikely good fortunes.

Arizona Highways Days Of Destiny
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I finished reading chapter 13 and it was about the lynching of nine people in Flagstaff in 1885.

Mueller Report
by Robert Mueller

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Brief introduction by Washington Post that gives a good overview. This is followed by volume 1 ( Russian conspiracy investigation) and volume 2 (obstruction of justice investigation) each with an executive summary, description of legal analysis and conclusions. Significant scholarship is apparent. Ultimately, for volume it is clear that Russians affected the election for Trump and that the Trump campaign accepted and in some cases requested assistance from Russia but there was insufficient evidence to prove conspiracy.

The Fifth Petal
by Brunonia Barry

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This is what I call a real thriller. It has some historical elements, the location is Salem, Mass. (obviously referring a lot to the witch trials of 1692) and some supernatural touches, so it is quite an engaging read. Sometimes I can guess the final outcome but so far I haven't although I expect a logical explanation to three cold case murders in 1989 and whatever relationship they have with a recent one, which is the murder that ties - or is supposed to tie - with the older one. In this case, is there a real human murderer? So far, everyone in the spooky Salem county believes it was a Banshee. I believe the first, and soon will find WHO that human killer is, so clever as to "pose" as a banshee. :)

Mueller Report
by Robert Mueller

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The Miller report shows significant scholarship. Both volumes have executive summaries, legal analysis and conclusions. Volume 1 shows interference by Russians in the 2016 election to benefit Trump. The campaign accepted assistance and, indeed, sought assistance but there is insufficient evidence at this time to prove conspiracy.
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