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FVRL Teen Summer Reading - July 2012
The Details
Sign up June 1 to August 15.
 
Who is eligible to participate?
Teens age 12 (by August 31) to age 19  or
Teens going into 7th grade through 12th grade

How does it work?
Sign up at any at any FVRL library or bookmobile  and you will be given your first Summer Reading Journal.
 
Read anything you want, then record your thoughts in your journal. You must sign up for Summer Reading at the library before you log reading time.
 
When you complete 10 hours of reading, bring your journal to a library staff member who will chat with you about what you read.
 
What do I get?
Each of your first four completed journals earns you either a $5 book gift card OR an entry into the Grand Prize drawing!
 
After your first four journals, you can keep reading for additional entries into the Grand Prize drawing.
 
Journals must be turned in and book gift cards must be claimed by August 31.
 
Books you've been reading
Rotters - Daniel Kraus
Check Library Catalog ISBN-13: 9780385738576
ISBN-10: 0385738579
Sixteen-year-old Joey's life takes a very strange turn when his mother's tragic death forces him to move from Chicago to rural Iowa with the father he has never known, and who is the town pariah.
The graveyard book - Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean
Check Library Catalog ISBN-13: 9780060530921
ISBN-10: 0060530928
Raised since he was a baby by ghosts, werewolves, and other residents of the cemetery in which he has always resided, Bod wonders how he will manage to survive amongst the living with only the lessons he has learned from the dead.
Never cry werewolf - Heather Davis
Check Library Catalog ISBN-13: 9780061349232
ISBN-10: 0061349232
Forced to attend a camp for teens with behavior problems, sixteen-year-old Shelby Locke's attempts to follow the rules go astray when she meets a handsome British werewolf.
Wake - Lisa McMann
Check Library Catalog ISBN-13: 9781416953579
ISBN-10: 1416953574
Tired of being dragged into other people's dreams and watching their subconscious fantasies and fears revealed in all their glory, Jane's powers take a dangerous turn after she discovers that she is in a very scary dream in which she is not only an observer but an unwilling participant as well. 50,000 first printing.
Slayed - Amanda Marrone
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Check Library Catalog Pub Date: 10/05/2010
ISBN-13: 9781416994879
ISBN-10: 1416994874
Resigning herself to the family vampire-slaying business and its frequent moves, 16-year-old Daphne Van Helsing and her family members are summoned to a coastal town in Maine, where they discover a formidable new vampire species and Daphne falls for the son of rival slayers. Original.
The ghost hunter's handbook - Lori Summer
Check Library Catalog ISBN-13: 9780843149166
ISBN-10: 0843149167
From differentiating between good and bad spirits, to handling dangerous situations, a thrilling guide to hunting otherworldly apparitions is filled with an abundance of valuable tips for finding ghosts.
Teen dream power : unlock the meaning of your dreams - M. J. Abadie
Check Library Catalog ISBN-13: 9780892810864
ISBN-10: 0892810866
Rest in peace : a history of American cemeteries - Meg Greene
Check Library Catalog ISBN-13: 9780822534143
ISBN-10: 0822534142
Presents a history of cemeteries in the United States, from early burial grounds to the landscaped designs of the nineteenth century to alternative methods of burial designed for the twenty-first century.
Night terrors : stories of shadow and substance - Lois Duncan
Check Library Catalog ISBN-13: 9780689803468
ISBN-10: 068980346X
A collection of eleven original stories about the dark features chilling works by Joan Aiken, Alane Ferguson, Madge Hurrah, Annette Curtis Klause, Chris Lynch, Harry Mazer, Norma Fox Mazer, Joan Lowry Nixon, Richard Peck, Ted Taylor, and Patricia Windsor.
Prizes and Programs
Grand Prizes:
One winner per branch.*
 
Grand Prize winners will be notified in September.   
 
Winner gets to choose 1 prize on their entry form from the following 4 choices:
 * North Bonneville and bookmobile entries will be included in the nearest branch drawings.
 

 
Programs and Events:
 
There are plenty of fun activities for all ages throughout the library district this summer. You can find them by visiting the online teen events calendar or clicking on a link below to view a printable Summer Fun Calendar for each library:
 
North Clark & Cowlitz Counties
 
Greater Vancouver Metro Area
 
Skamania & Klickitat Counties
 

 
Summer Reading Programs are made possible through the generous contributions of our sponsors. Thanks to the following:
 
Presenting Sponsor:
 
Programs Sponsor:
 
 
Additional Supporters:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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