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From September 1- October 3, the Teen Room will host our second annual Banned Books Reading Challenge! Every banned or challenged book you read during the month of September enters you into a drawing for a prize! Not sure what books have been challenged or banned? Stop by the Teen Room to check out our display of books and talk to the staff for suggestions or check out our reading lists here in ReadSquared! The winner will be announced on Monday, October 4! Teens will need to track titles using ReadSquared.

 Every entry increases your chance to win the grand prize on October 4!

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How it Works:

·  Register Online Here – Parents you can create an account first to easily monitor your children's activity.

·  Track Your Reading – Log in here and track your reading to earn points.

·  Keep Reading! – Earn a completion certificate once you've completed the program.

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The story of Easter
by Sarah Young

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So good!

by Sheri S Tepper

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I love how several Disney stories were woven into this story! This is now a new favorite of mine.

Last Night In London
by Karen White

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Excellent study of women in London during WWII, the fashion world during the war, spy networks and personal tragedy. Plus an overlapping story about families in 2019 trying to unravel the secrets from the war.

Birds-eye View
by J.f. Freedman

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An entertaining book.

Watership Down
by Richard Adams

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The book is very great

The Seat Filler
by Sariah Wilson

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I adored this book! Fell in love with the characters from the first page.

If It Bleeds
by Stephen King

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I adore Kings novellas or short stories. He is hands down the best writer of out time.

The Bad Guys Book 1
by Aaron Blabey Books

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Love it

Princess Spy
by S Kirk Walsh

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Fascinating story (fact+fiction)of the experiences of a young, small-town American woman (a model in NY) during WWII who began as just a person sending and receiving coded messages while based in Spain (because she could speak Spanish). Her adventures with people in Europe on both sides of the war are an interesting study of what happened behind the scenes. Also interesting to learn about her life after the war - her marriage and writing books about her life.

Prarie Fires The American Dreams Of Laura Ingalls Wilder
by Caroline Fraser

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Well written and interesting book. A little bit sad to learn not everything was quite the "Pollyanna-feel" I got when I was little and read the Little House books.

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