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SRP Youth Book Club

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Youth Book Club 1:00-1:45 pm *SRP = Summer Reading Program*

What
  • Teens
When June 13, 2013
from 1:00 PM to 1:45 PM
Where Bad Axe Area District Library
Contact Name Jane Loegel
Contact Email
Contact Phone 989-269-8538
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Join us for the Summer Reading Program version of the BAMS & BAADL Book Club!  We will be "Digging into Reading" this summer by reading a variety of short stories in addition to "Digging into Technology."

 

Theme:  Digging Up Trouble

Story:  Porch Lies by Patricia C. McKissack, selection "Change"

Agenda:

  • Read "Change" together
  • Why the theme "Digging Up Trouble"?
  • Sign up for Goodreads.com accounts using the library street address - begin adding books read, to-read, and currently reading, add generic pictures for profile, and discuss cons of adding personal information to any website
  • Next story Grow by Juanita Havill

 

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