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July 2019

Staff Picks

Amee: EF I Have a Balloon by Ariel Bernstein. Owl and Monkey both have something the other wants. Will they share? Funny illustrations and repetitive text make this book an enjoyable read.


Emily Eternal by Mark Wheaton. Emily, an artificial consciousness, is designed to help humans deal with difficult emotional traumas and capable of sorting immense amounts of data. When the earth is in imminent danger, Emily and her team of scientists are tasked with saving the human race from destruction.


Karen: Little Women and Me by Lauren Baratz-Logsted. Modern day teen-age girl is sucked into “Little Women” and becomes the middle March sister.


Cyril and Pat by Emily Gravett. Squirrel and rat are best friends.


Kasey: The Things We Cannot Say by Kelly Rimmer. A moving story of love and sacrifice.


Mary: Lethal Legacy by Heather Graham. Good mystery. Fourth in a series but not necessary to read the previous books.

Megan: When the Library Lights Go Out by Megan McDonald and Katherine Tillotson. A cute story about what the stuffed animals at the library do when the librarians leave for the night.


Night Night, Groot by Brendan Deneen. An adorable story, especially for bedtime.

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