This book was one of the most amazing books i have read yet. The setting and atmosphere adds to the whole plot of the book in a really amazing way. Every character had their own original personalities that I felt were very well described. I personally fell in love with Patrick. I grew more and more attached to his character and had an overwhelming passion for his parts of the story. This book gets 5 starts from me and will forever be one of my favorites, along with practically every other book i read.
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Required summer reading? Register for the Summer Reading Challenge at the D-town Library. For each book your read you get a chance to win a prize at the end of the summer. Two required books to read equals two chances for the prize. Registration is ongoing. Challenge ends August 31st. Register at the circ desk.
so they can make sure there is sure there is enough room for everyone.If you’re local, come on by! (but don’t forget to register!)Just in case you were wondering, the Downingtown library is part of theChester County Library system, which boasts eighteen locations in the
Riordan created a flurry of interest in Greek Mythology with Percy Jackson and the Olympians. Now he has moved on to the Egyptian gods and the mysteries of the pharaohs. Here is a link to The Red Pyramid. http://catalog.ccls.org/search~S1?/tred+pyramid&b=/tred+pyramid/1%2C1%2C3%2CB/frameset&FF=tred+pyramid&2%2C%2C3/indexso
Place your hold soon there are already 50 kids waiting to read it.
Looking for adventure this summer? Try reading The Young Samurai series by Chris Bradford. The first two books are The Way of the Warrior and The Way of the Sword. The third book, The Way of the Dragon is due out in 2011. It is an action-adventure series with something for everyone.
After his father and crew are killed by ninja pirates, Jack, a young English boy, is left stranded and orphaned in 17th century Japan. He is adopted as a son by the legendary sword master Masamoto Takeshi, who takes him to his martial arts school. There Jack begins his training to become a samurai warrior. The training is difficult and lengthy and Jack must face many tests to become a samurai. Along the way he has the support of some good friends but he is hated by others because he is gaijin (a foreigner and outsider). Also he is pursued by Dragon Eye, the deadly ninja who killed his father.
While you are reading you will learn about all types of martial arts training, Japanese culture, language and ancient rituals, friendship and prejudice and honor. I love these books. Let me know what you think!
(By the way, Chris Bradford is a British author. In the UK he has already published five Young Samurai Books – those listed above and The Ring of Earth and The Way of Fire. Look for them if you are lucky enough to visit the UK this summer!)
The Vampire Diaries are flying off the shelf. Have you read them? Would you recommend them? Are they better than the Twilight Series? Place a hold here http://catalog.ccls.org/.
Are you ready for the future? Reading will prepare you. Science fiction develops thinking outside the box to solve problems…like oil spills and clean energy. Love reading historical novels? Hopefully we can learn from the mistakes that have already been made. Romance…what a girl really wants to hear. Vampires? Zombies? It doesn’t hurt to know how to protect yourself, you never know when you’ll run into one.