Teen Summer Reading starts June 8, and you can start signing up for our teen events on June 1. It’s getting so close now! If you want to check out what’s going on this summer, everything is posted here on the blog. Just go to the Summer Reading pages!
The winner of my “Which book should I review?” poll was Get Even by Gretchen McNeil. In this book, four girls attending an exclusive private school form a secret society called “Don’t Get Mad,” that takes revenge on the school’s bullies. Everything is going great until the latest target of their revenge ends up dead and all the clues point to “Don’t Get Mad.”
This is a great choice! If you’ve read some of my past book reviews, you know I love a good revenge book. I’ll post my review of the book next week.
Thanks for voting!
Last week I posted about Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, but that’s not the only summer movie based on a teen book! Check these out…
This summer, our theme is “Unmask!” and it’s all about heroes. You can come to some great superhero programs like movies, art, spray painting t-shirts with superhero logos, and even learning basic self defense so you can be your own hero. Not into heroes? There’s plenty more to do, like build a paper roller coaster, make Washi tape art, or build a foam dart blaster. Be on the look out for more info as we get closer to summer!
Hey, did you know that the movie Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is coming out this summer? Check out the trailer below! I would definitely recommend reading the book before you see the movie. I read it and thought it was funny, crazy, and brutally honest. You can read my review of the book here.