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Summer Reading Program

is over!

Total number of hours that kids reported reading was 175! 

Our smallest attendance was 20 kids for the elementary program, 4 for the preschool program. Our largest attendance was 33 for the elementary program and 9 for the preschool program.





July Reading Suggestions

 Adult Fiction

The Knitting Circle by Ann Hood

The knitting circle helps Mary Baxter heal after the loss of her son.

The Quest by Nelson DeMille

After 40 years in prison a Catholic priest is freed by a mortar strike. He escapes into the jungle and joins forces with three journallists looking for the Holy Grail.

Adult Non-Fiction

Ladies of Liberty by Cokie Roberts

Discover some of the women who shaped our nation.

Charles Kuralt's America by Charles Kuralt

Follow Charles Kuralt to some of his favorite spots in America.

Young Adult

Imperfect Spiral by Debbie Levy

Danielle must learn to forgive herself after the accident that kills the 5-year-old boy she babysits.

The Girl Who Could Fly by Victoria Forester

Piper McCloud can fly. Join her adventure at her school for kids with exceptional abilities.

Children Fiction

Rain Reign by Ann Martin

Rose Howard, a young girl with Asperger's, is challenged to step outside her routine to find her dog who was lost during a storm.

We Are Patriots: Hope's Revolutionary War Diary by Kristiana Gregory

Hope must stay strong during the Revolutionary War.

Children Non-Fiction

The Camping Trip that Changed America by Barb Rosenstock

In 1903 naturalist John Muir invited President Theodore Roosevelt on a camping trip that would be inspire our National Park System.

A Young Patriot: The American Revolution as Experienced by One Boy by Jim Murphy

Experience the Revolutionary War through the eyes of 15-year-old Joseph Plumb Martin.






Made possible with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
through the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.