Daily Archives: September 30, 2014

October Book Horoscopes!

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Why hello there, teenage (and non-teenage) blog readers! This is the second issue of Greenwood TAB’s monthly book horoscopes – which are, to recap, book recommendations based on your Zodiac sign. Included in this list are books of diverse genres and reading levels. ALL of them are great, so if the book recommended for your sign isn’t working out for you, make sure to check out some of the others! Happy reading 🙂

 

Aries  Number the Stars by Lois Lowrynumber

Annemarie is a ten-year-old Danish girl who loves her family and likes to run footraces with the other children at lunchtime. Life has gone on more or less as usual since the German soldiers have taken over control of her city, until one day they come knocking at her door to take her best friend Ellen away. Though this is a simple, easy-level read, it’s a great story about what it really means to be brave.

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Taurus The Art of Racing In The Rain by Garth Stein

This book is narrated by an old dog named Enzo who has decided it is his time to die and is preparing to say goodbye to his master and head on to the next life – in which, he suspects, he will be reincarnated as a human being. Enzo tells a beautiful story of the love, loyalty, and history that lies between him and his master. You will learn more about being human from this dog than you might think.

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Calling all poets! Don’t miss our Teen Poetry Slam, October 3, 6:30 p.m. at Central Library.

We’ll bring the coffee, you bring the words. 
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