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School / Sports News - March 27, 2017

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The Book Edge

By April Hernandez

Lincoln Library Fact: The Summer Reading Program will begin May 22. We have great prizes for the reading winners, including a Kindle Fire 8 for the teen who reads the most minutes. Come join the reading fun.

StoryTime: This week the theme was seasons and the letter was S. Robin read I Spy Little Bunnies. Doris read If You Plant a Seed, Little Tree, and Such a Little Mouse. Doris and the children talked about the four seasons and how the weather is dfferent as the seasons change. In the book, If You Plant a Seed, we walked about planting seeds and how the seeds become the fruit or vegetable you plant. The book also includes the idea of planting a seed of selfishness making everything become unhappy and selfish; while sowing seeds of kindness, grows and creates kindness all around you. The craft was a seasonal tree that was divided into four sections to represent each of the four seasons and what the tree looks like in each season.

Doris’ Time for Trivia:

March Question: Although the book, Angela’s Ashes by Frank McCourt, includes bits and pieces about his early childhood in Brooklyn, New York, the book focuses primarily on his life in what country?

New on the Shelf:

Adult Fiction:

Never Let You Go by Chevy Stevens. Eleven years ago Lindsey and her young daughter escaped an abusive relationship, while her now ex-husband was sent to jail. Now that he is out Lindsey feels like she is being watched. Her boyfriend is attacked, her home is invaded, and her daughter is followed. Is it her ex-husband or someone even closer?

Young Adult Fiction:

A Good Idea by Cristina Moracho. Fin and Betty are close even though Fin moved to Manhattan 4 years ago. During their senior year Betty disappears. Fin knows the truth and returns to Williston for one final summer to get justice for her friend.

Juvenile Fiction:

A Boy Called Bat by Elana K. Arnold. For Bat life is full of good and bad surprises. When his veterinarian mom brings home a baby skunk, he decides that he will convince her that a skunk is the perfect pet.

Library Happenings: StoryTime every Tuesday @ 10 am. Adult Coloring Club Monday, April 17 @ 5:30 pm. Book Club Thursday, April 27 @ 7 pm. Book this month is The Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain.

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