Teens interested in film making this summer? Calling all interested kids aged 12-18 years..... The Library needs your help to create a movie all about the comings and goings of this year's Summer Reading Club. Limited numbers, fill out your "interest form" today!
Teen Book Club members recommend these as good "Summer Reads":
Patrick Ness- The knife of never letting go & More than this; Chris Colfer- Struck by lightning; Connor Franta - A work in progress; Pseudonymous Bosch- The secret series; C.J. Redwine - Defiance trilogy; James Patterson- Maximum ride & Confessions of a murder suspect; Kathy Reichs- Virals; James Dasher- The maze runner trilogy; Rainbow Rowell- Fangirl; Ally Condie- Matched trilogy; Lauren DeStefano- The chemical garden trilogy; Sharon Stewart- Raven quest; Kenneth Oppel- Silverwing & Boundless; Sarah J Maas- Throne of Glass; Kit Pearson- Awake and dreaming; Nicholas Sparks- The Wedding; Sarah Dessen- Dreamland & Along for the ride.
The Bartimaeus Trilogy: Book One, The Amulet of Smarkand: Where it all began! The djinni Bartimaeus is summoned by an ambitious young magician, Nathaniel, and sent off across London to steal the Amulet of Samarkand from the sinister Simon Lovelace. A whirlwind of espionage, murder and rebellion ensues!
We'll meet Tuesday June 9, 7:00 to 8:00pm, join us! Register at the front desk to sign up for the club.
Find out more about the book by clicking the cover below.
We're reading Cassandra Clare's Clockwork Angel: A book who won the #1 spot on Young Adult Library Services Award‘s ‘Teens’ Top 10′ of 2011. This title is book one in The Infernal Devices trilogy. If you enjoyed her earlier series The Mortal Instruments, come give this one a try!
We'll meet Tuesday May 5th, 7:00 to 8:00pm, join us! Register at the front desk to sign up for the club.
Find out about the book here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clockwork_Angel
We're reading Philip Reeve's Here Lies Arthur this time 'round. Our meeting date is set for Tuesday March 10th, 7pm. Call 250-638-8177 or register at the front desk to join.
"Gwyna is just a small girl, a mouse, when she is bound in service to Myrddin the bard - a traveller and spinner of tales. But Myrdin transfroms her - into a lady goddess, a boy warrior, and a spy. Without Gwyna, Myrddin will not be able to work the most glorious transformation of all - and turn the leader of a raggle-tagglear-band into King Arthur, the greatest hero of all time."
We are reading Susan Juby's book called Alice, I Think. It's a story about the misadventures of Alice's unconventional family and their odd collection of friends living in the northern town of Smithers, BC. It is the first in a trilogy that follows Alice as she moves from home schooling into mainstream high school and develops friendships and her sense of self.
Discussion date will be Tuesday February 10th, 7 to 8pm in the story time room. Call or come into the Library to join the club, 250-638-8177.