Nutmeg Narwhals Book Club
Tuesday March 28 at 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
This month we will read “Treasure Troop: Mr. Summerling’s Secret Code” by Dori Hillestead Butler and Tim Budgen.
This book discussion is recommended for grades 2-3 (open to grades 1-3) Nutmeg Narwhals is a book club that meets once a month where we discuss elementary Nutmeg nominees! At each meeting we discuss the book and engage in an activity related to the book!
When: Tuesday, March 28th
Where: In person at the library, 2nd Floor Art Studio
Who: Recommended for children in grades 2-3. (Open to Gr. 1-3)
Registration and book pick-up begins Tuesday, March 10th.
A limited number of books are available. Due to high demand, we ask that you come in to pick out your book within 5 days of registration.
How do I join the club?
- Sign up for this event online. Registration opens Tuesday March 10th.
- Pick up the book from the 2nd Floor Kid’s Desk. Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 10-8:30 PM, Fri. & Sat. 10-5 PM. Sun 1-5 PM.
- Read the book and bring it to the meeting on 03/28. (Books must be returned on the day of the book club meeting)
- If you’re unable to attend the meeting for any reason, please let us know and return your book ASAP to the Avon Library children’s desk.
*Please note that book club books must be returned to the Avon Library. They cannot be returned to other libraries.
About Treasure Troop: Mr. Summerling’s Secret Code:
Join Marly, Isla, and Sai, three code-cracking kids on the hunt for an old neighbor’s hidden treasure.
Marly always knew Mr. Summerling as her friendly neighbor living in the big, old house next-door. Sure, he walked around with a metal detector and talked about being a treasure hunter, but she didn’t think much of it. But when news of Mr. Summerling’s death arrives at her doorstep, Marly is brought into a treasure hunt of her own. In Mr. Summerling’s will, he’s left a treasure for Marly and her two classmates, Isla and Sai. The catch? They have to solve a series of riddles, puzzles, and clues to find its location. And not only that, they have to work together on it — which Marly is not looking forward to. But with no other choice, she, Isla, and Sai set off on the hunt. Can the three kids come together to crack the code? And even if they do solve the clues… what could Mr. Summerling possibly have left them?