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  2. Programs for Young Adults     

     Saturday, September 24, 2016

    “Supernatural” Saturday - Library Station
    3:30-5 p.m. in the Frisco Room for grades 6-12.
    Put on your plaid and have the rock salt ready for an afternoon of “Supernatural” fun! If you enjoy the CW show, “Supernatural,” then this is the place to meet fellow fans, show off your trivia skills, get crafty and, of course, eat some apple pie! Call 865-1340

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  4. Like, Try, Why #77



    If you loved Never Been Kissed, then try DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY!  

    Here’s why: In Brodi Ashton’s new YA political romance novel, Piper Baird has always dreamed of becoming a journalist. So when she scores a scholarship to and exclusive school she knows it’s her big opportunity. After 2 days she witnesses the extreme privilege of the young and wealthy elite who attend her school—and the intense competition in the journalism program. Access to these untouchable students just might give her the edge she’ll need to blow the lid off life at the school in a scathing and unforgettable exposé. The key to the whole story lies with Rafael Amador, the son of the Spanish Ambassador-and the boy at the center of the most explosive secrets and scandals. Except Piper discovers that discovers that despite his dark streak, he is gorgeous—and she might have real feelings for him. How can she break the story of a lifetime if it will destroy the boy she just might love?

    If you love So You Think You Can Dance, then try THE CAT KING OF HAVANA!

    Here’s why: In Tom Crosshill’s newest novel you’ll get lots of salsa dancing and unrequited love. When Rick Gutiérrez—known as “That Cat Guy” at school—gets dumped on his sixteenth birthday for uploading cat videos from his bedroom instead of experiencing the real world, he realizes it’s time for a change. So Rick joins a salsa class … because of a girl, of course. Ana Cabrera is smart, friendly, and smooth on the dance floor. He might be half Cuban, but Rick dances like a drunk hippo. Desperate to impress Ana, he invites her to spend the summer in Havana. The official reason: learning to dance. The hidden agenda: romance under the palm trees. Except Cuba isn’t all sun, salsa, and music. As Rick and Ana meet his family and investigate the reason why his mother left Cuba decades ago, they learn that politics isn’t just something that happens to other people. And when they find romance, it’s got sharp edges.

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