Teen Read Week 2010

Books with Beat @ your library®! October 17-23. Stop by the Berkeley High Library during Teen Read Week  and check out our Books with Beat! Pick up books and other materials about poetry, music, and more or listen to an audiobook. We have a large display of great books on the display case right as you enter the library.

Stop by today and find a page turner that you can read or listen to, just for the fun of it!

While you’re here, vote for your favorite Top Ten Books of 2010.  The local contest, sponsored by the Berkeley Public Library will end Friday, Oct. 22.  Your choices are:

Watersmeet
by Ellen Jensen Abbott.

Wintergirls
by Laurie Halse Anderson

Hate List
by Jennifer Brown

Heist Society
by Ally Carter

Fire
by Kristin Cashore

City of Glass
by Cassandra Clare

The Roar
by Emma Clayton

Catching Fire
by Suzanne Collins

Along for the Ride
by Sarah Dessen

Incarceron
Catherine Fisher

hush hush
by Becca Fitzpatrick

If I Stay
by Gayle Forman

Beautiful Creatures
by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

Geektastic: Stories from the Nerd Herd

Edited by Holly Black and Cecil Castellucci

Dragonfly
by Julia Golding

The Reformed Vampire Support Group
by Catherine Jinks

I Am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I Want to Be Your Class President
by Josh Lieb

Twenty Boy Summer
by Sarah Ockler

Witch and Wizard
by James Patterson

By the Time You Read This, I’ll Be Dead
by Julie Anne Peters

Bloodhound
by Tamora Pierce

Strange Angels
by Lili St. Crow

Shiver
by Maggie Stiefvater

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
by Nagaru Tanigawa

Leviathan
by Scott Westerfeld

City of Fire
by Laurence Yep

About Teen Read Week:

Teen Read Week is an initiative of the  Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). Teen Read Week started in 1998. This year’s theme is Books with Beat @ your library®,” which encourages teens to read poetry, audiobooks, books about music, and more. Libraries across the world celebrate Teen Read Week with a variety of special events and programs aimed at encouraging teens to read for pleasure and to visit their libraries for free reading materials.

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