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Wilma Unlimited - Book Review
This is the true story of Wilma Rudolph and how she triumphs over overwhelming odds. She became the first American woman to win three gold medals at a single Olympics.

Summer Fun at the Library
Libraries aren’t just for checking out books. Stop by your library to pick up some summer reading, but also to check out the fun activities. You might be surprised at the different activities available!

Meet the Ponies of Ponyville – Book Review
Meet the ponies of Ponyville: Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie and all the rest of the little ponies.

How Important is Reading in Your Home?
How can you make reading important and essential in your home? What CAN you do to demonstrate how much you value reading? lives. What WILL you do? Enjoy the fun with your children as they come to value WORDS.

Doodle Monster - Book Review
The ultimate doodle book to keep a child actively engaged and yet quiet.

AG - The Puzzle of the Paper Daughter
Julie helps her mother in their "Gladrags" shop in San Francisco. One day she unpacks a bag of old Chinese clothing that were donated to the shop by her best friend Ivy, grandmother and finds something very interesting tucked deeply inside the pocket lining.

Earthquakes– Book Review
A Level 2 Scholastic Science Reader- earthquakes can be the most powerful and dangerous force in nature.

Johnny Appleseed – Book Review
A sweet retelling of the favorite story of the young boy who planted apple trees across America.This book is beautifully illustrated and tells the story of Johnny Appleseed and how as just a young boy he loved the outdoors and grew into a legendary many by planting apple trees all across America.

Fever 1796 – Book Review
On August 16, 1793, the serving girl, Holly, is late for work...she dropped dead in the middle of the night. Philadelphia was the location of a yellow fever epidemic. It was the worst epidemic in US history. In three months it killed nearly 5000 people, 10% of the city’s population.

The Little Engine That Could - Book Review
This book is a newly illustrated edition of the most popular and famous children’s book of all time.

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