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July Kid Readers Unite (KRU) book discussion of The Best Worst Summer

Tuesday, July 20 at 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Kid Readers Unite book discussion (KRU)

Are you in ENTERING Grades 4-6 and LOVE to read? Do you want to get a free book just for reading? Then KRU is for you!

Parents sign up your child to get a free advance reader copy (arc) of this month’s title. Pick up the book from our Curbside Kids Cart, read it, show and participate in a fun discussion-and the book is yours to keep!

This month’s title: The Best Worst Summer by Elizabeth Eulberg

Program open to kids entering Grades 4, 5, and 6.

This discussion will occur on Zoom. The link to this virtual program will be emailed out on Mon. 7/19, the day before the program.

How does this work:

1. Register and choose to pick up your book on Sat. 6/26, between 11am-4:30pm OR Wed. 6/30 between 11 am-6:30 pm from the Superhero cart in the front entrance of the library, or email Miss Alyssa at askorski@libraryconnection.info to choose a different date to pickup your book.

2. Read the book!

3. The Zoom link will be emailed to all who signed up the afternoon of  Mon. 7/19.

4. Show up to the book discussion on Zoom on Tues. 7/20, 3:00-4:00 PM and you get to keep the book!

The Best Worst Summer - By Elizabeth Eulberg (hardcover) : Target

What is this book about?

A story about two summers – three decades apart – and the box of secrets linking them together.

This is going to be the worst summer ever for Peyton. Her family moved, and she had to leave her best friend behind. Then . . . she comes across a box buried in her backyard, with a message: I’m so sorry. Please forgive me.

Back in 1989, it’s going to be the best summer ever for Melissa and Jessica. They have time to goof around and they’re even going to bury a time capsule! But when one girl’s family secret starts to unravel, things may not go exactly as planned.

In alternating chapters, from Peyton in present day to Melissa three decades earlier (a time with no cell phones, no social media, and camera film that took days to develop, but also a whole lot of freedom), a story of a mystery that two sets of characters will never forget.

Prior to the program, first time program attendees may receive a call to confirm registration information for safety issues. If we are unable to confirm information, you will not be let in the day of the program.

Details

Date:
Tuesday, July 20
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Event Category:

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AFPL Children’s Programs
Phone:
860-673-9712 ext 3
Email:
avonchref@avonctlibrary.info
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