2016 Summer Reading Program @ the Woodridge Public Library
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About This Summer Reading Program

For students entering grades 7-12 when school begins in August. You must have a Woodridge Library Card or be a student in District 68 or have just graduated a District 68 8th grade and have your card set up as a reciprocal borrower.

Write a review online or on paper for each J, YA or adult book that you read or finish between June 1 and July 30. A review tells about the setting, the characters, what happens, and your reasons for recommending or not recommending the book. Books must be at least 100 pages in length, appropriate for your reading level/age, and appear in the online catalog. One graphic novel is allowed. Post your review* online or place your paper copy in the entry box.

Each review will be a chance in the weekly raffles for gift cards. READ3 books to earn the king size candy bar. READ5 books to earn a $5 Cinemark or Starbucks gift card, a Classic Cinemas pass and your first ticket in the Grand Prize raffle. READ3 and READ5 incentives are awarded once each.

Keep reading. Starting with #5, every book read/reviewed gives you a chance in the Grand Prize ($50) drawings to be held on August 1.

Grand Prize drawing winners should be prepared to answer a question about the winning title.

READ3 prizes will be available starting June 15.
READ5 prizes will be available starting June 25.

Patron Book Reviews

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In Lost Voices, by Sarah Porter, orphan Luce lives with uncle Peter, a drunk in Alaska. When he attacks her, she becomes a myth: she transforms into a mermaid after he leaves.
When she is found by the queen of a tribe, she is exposed to the traditions of a mermaid: obey the rules and sink human boats using their siren voices, to gain revenge for the abuse each mermaid experienced. But Luce loves a few humans, like her missing and probably dead father. Will Luce surrender to peer pressure of the mermaids and commit mass murder?
I'd recommend the start of the Lost Voices series to teens who love to read about mermaids or sirens.  Library's SWAN Online Catalog
Lost Voices
Sarah Porter
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