The Cobb County Public Library System is launching its 2013 Summer Reading Program, and readers of all ages are invited to participate. The 2013 Summer Reading Program begins on June 1 and ends on July 31, with an end-of-summer reading celebration scheduled for Saturday, August 3 at 5 pm at the Central Library. The library
Editor’s note: Maria, a librarian at the East Cobb Library, is sharing with us this book review as part of her ongoing series of books pertaining to bullying. This is such an important topic for so many teens and their parents. This week, Maria brings us a review of “Freak” by Marcella Pixley. Have questions
genre: crime and mystery sub genres: detective, suspense, crime/caper, legal thriller definition: “deals with crimes, their detection, criminals, and their motives” from Genreflecting: a guide to popular reading interests by Diana Tixier Herald Guys, I really thought I had this one in the bag. And then I realized my booklist for this genre is FOUR BOOKS LONG.
Calling all artists between the ages of 12 and 19… Your art could be displayed year-round at the Kennesaw Library! Submit your sketch of a fun window mural incorporating the theme “Dig Into Reading” to the Kennesaw branch. The winner will paint the mural on our picture window. We’ll provide the materials (brushes and tempera paint) to bring your creation to life. Entries
genre: romance sub genres: contemporary romance, romantic suspense, historical romance, paranormal romance, ethnic romance definition: “the protagonists meet, and realize their attraction but something keeps them apart; this obstacle appears insurmountable; eventually, though, it is overcome, and the hero and heroine live happily ever after” from Genreflecting: a guide to popular reading interests by Diana Tixier Herald