Southern Pines Public Library SRP 2013
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Welcome to Southern Pines Public Library's (SPPL) Summer Reading website! Registration and the Summer Reading programs start June 1st. All summer long you can sign up online for SPPL Summer Reading 2013. Please create an account to get started.

If you are interested in any of the book clubs come to the library to sign up.

New this year: Book Bucks earned for time read and programs attended. Book Bucks can be traded in for great prizes!


Reviews
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What an excellent read! Three cheers for Josh: not only is he able to write about and describe living with an unimaginable condition, but he is an excellent writer as well!

I especially enjoyed the structure of his book; it actually had a structure, which all too many memoirs do not. I felt he only wandered a little bit at the end, when tying in the "World's Strongest" part seemed a bit contrived and tacked on. However, the "Librarian" part of this book was great.

Anyone and everyone who loves reading and books and libraries needs to read this book! Josh's unabashed love of books and libraries rekindled my own lifelong love affair with both, and I am sure it will do the same for anyone who still loves everything about a library.

For all parents out there, this book should serve as your roadmap to create children who are readers and library users. Show your children your love of books, and they will surely follow.

I loved this book so much, I will be purchasing it ASAP and it will have pride of place in my library.

Read it; you will love it too!
Title
The World's Strongest Librarian
Author
Josh Hanagarne
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Reread this one because thinking about choosing it for my book club
Title
Dandelion Wine
Author
Ray Bradbury
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Yes
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Another one of my childhood heroes falls from grace. Van Dyke freely admits to betraying his wife (and mother of his 4 children)for another woman, and yet pats himself on the back as someone who "cares" and "loves." How convenient for him that she is now deceased and can no longer tell how badly he hurt her. Dick, what an appropriate first name you have.
Title
My Lucky Life In and Out of Show Business
Author
Dick Van Dyke
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Loved it a second time!
Title
Spontaneous happiness
Author
Weil
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Yes
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Great alternative methods and environmental methods for controlling asthma!
Title
Taking charge of asthma
Author
Wray
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Yes