2014 Summer Reading Program @ the Woodridge Public Library
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Please note that the password is unique to the Summer Reading Program and IS NOT the same one used to log in to the Library's SWAN Online Catalog or the SAM Internet Computers.

About This Summer Reading Program

Don’t lose your edge this summer. Keep reading. Read and review three books and earn a king-size candy bar. Read and review five books and earn a $5 Cinemark or Starbucks gift card and a chance in the grand prize drawing. Weekly drawings will include movie tickets for The Giver and The Maze Runner. Join if you will be entering grades 7-12 in August.

READ3 prizes will be available starting June 14.
READ5 prizes will be available starting June 26.

Patron Book Reviews

Review
This book starts out with a boy who gets kicked out of a New England prep school. Holden Caulfield's story is best described in two parts, what he physically says and what he thinks about the situation. His outer appearance is that of a relatively polite boy of the upper middles class status. Internally he is a "cynical adolescent". Personally, I love his internal attitude - it's intriguing and almost witty. He has such an honest perception of the world (classifying basically everyone as a phony), even though this book was written decades ago it's still applicable today.
Title
The Catcher in the Rye
Author
J.D. Salinger
Rating
Review
I could not stop reading this book, it was amazing!
Title
Hunger Games
Author
Suzanne Collins
Rating