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Program Information
Don’t let the kids have all the fun this summer.

Read and review your books for a chance to win prizes.
For every two hours and for every book review you’ll be entered in the weekly prize drawings and an entry into our grand prize drawing for a Kindle Fire HD.

And, with your permission, you can see your book review on our Facebook or Goodreads pages.

Entries are due by July 23rd.

And don’t forget to check out our great programs all summer long!


Reviews
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Title
Barbed Wire Baseball
Author
Marissa Moss
ISBN
9781419705212
Review
Barbed Wire Baseball is a 2014- 2015 SC Children's Book Award nominee. The book is a picture book biography of Kenichi Zenimura, a Japanese American baseball player that was imprisoned in an internment camp following the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941. I enjoyed reading this book as it was well written and the illustrations weere a perfect compliment.   Find the book in the catalog!!!
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Title
Finding Zasha
Author
Randi Barrow
ISBN
978-0-545-45218-2
Review
Finding Zasha is a 2014- 2015 SC Children's Book Award nominee and is a prequel to the book Saving Zasha. Finding Zasha follows the life of a young Russian boy named Ivan during WWII. The book offers a very well written fcitionalized account of the struggles and danger that families may have faced in Russia during WWII. I enjoy reading historical fictions, and I thought this one was very well done. I would recommend to others that enjoy historical fiction books.   Find the book in the catalog!!!
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Title
Little House in the Big Woods
Author
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Review
This is a great book about the pioneer life of Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family. I recommend this book if you want to learn more about what life was like back in the 1800's.   Find the book in the catalog!!!
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