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Meet the Author Deborah Harkness
Deborah Harkness is the number one New York Times bestselling author of A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night.

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American History: Teen Heroes
Historical Fiction is a great way to learn about history from characters that are living during a specific time period. All these stories take place sometime in our American history and they are all told from the perspective of teenage boys. Find out what life would have been like for a teen boy during some of the best and worst times in our country’s history.
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Summer Reading
June 11 - August 9, 2014

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Money Hungry Money Hungry
Flake, Sharon G. (2001)
I dont like to read but when I saw the name of this book I thought... well I always want money too, so this would be a great book. It turned out to be pretty good... :P
- Pao from Bani, Dominican Republic
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Quotes From the Columns

'To read and drive the night away.'
- Geoffrey Chaucer

'The good end happily, the bad unhappily – that is what fiction means.'
- Oscar Wilde

'Words convey the mental treasures of one period to the generations that follow; and laden with this, their precious freight, they sail away across gulfs of time in which empires have suffered shipwreck and the languages of common life have sunk into oblivion.'
- Anonymous quoted by Richard Chervenix Trench

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