Young readers review their summer reads

Winning Reviews, Week 8

Each week throughout the summer, the Juneau Public Libraries, in collaboration with the Friends of the Juneau Public Libraries and local businesses, award young readers various prizes for writing book reviews about their favorite summer reads. Here are the top book reviews from this week’s winners.

Prizes awarded each week for each library location — enter to win!

From the Juneau Public Library

“Frog and Toad are Friends” by Arnold Lobel,

“One fascinating part of this book is when Frog writes a letter to Toad because nobody sends him a letter.” — Naisha B., age 6. Received a gift package from Caribou Crossings.

From the Douglas Public Library

“Digger, Dozer, and Dumper” by Hope Vestergaard

“One fascinating part of this book is it has trucks and a doggy. My favorite is the firetruck.” – Freja D., age 2. Received a beaver puppet and Chinese finger trap.

From the Mendenhall Valley Public Library

“Unstoppable” by Nancy Furstinger

“One fascinating part of this book is they give prosthetics to animals that lost a limb.” – Stella A., age 9. Received a coloring book from Annie Kaill’s and colored pencils.

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