Monthly Archives: January 2016

Vlog Squad: Wolf by Wolf

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Weekend Book Giveaway: The Memory of Light

This week we have a serious new book by Francisco X. Stork, author of by Marcelo in the Real World, called The Memory of Light. From the publisher: When Vicky Cruz wakes up in the Lakeview Hospital Mental Disorders ward, she knows one thing: She can’t even commit suicide right. But for once, a mistake works out […]

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Top 3 Right Now: Sherwin

This week we are featuring Sherwin from Mukilteo, posing here with some of their sculptures.   So tell me Sherwin, what books are you loving right now? The Night Gardener – Best horror book on my list! It’s about two Irish siblings, who’s mom and dad are on vacation, that worked as servants at a […]

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You Count – Youth United

United Way of Snohomish County invites teens to volunteer with Youth United. This website features monthly volunteer events and links to their searchable database of volunteer opportunities around Snohomish County. You can also sign up to receive email updates about upcoming events. If you are interested in volunteering at a Youth United event, register online and […]

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Trailer Tuesday: Dare to Disappoint

Trailer Tuesday: Dare to Disappoint by Ozge Samanci

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Readers’ Corner: Sports Fiction

Hello, sports fans! This week’s featured booklist, Sports Fiction, is for you. We’ve got all kinds of sports covered, so you’ll find something great to read while waiting for that next game to start. Happy reading! Melleny @ Mukilteo Library

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Which book to read next?

We thought we’d share this fabulous flowchart to help you pick the next Courtney Summers novel you might want to read. If you’ve already read all of  Courtney Summers’ books, here’s a really huge flow chart for your every book mood. Expert tip, start in the middle and you might need a really big computer screen. […]

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You Count – Advocate for Animals

Are you passionate about helping animals? You might want to explore joining an organization that advocates for animals or volunteering at your local animal shelter. Interested in finding an organization to join? Here are a few ideas: Here is a list of animal welfare groups in Washington. Here are a few national organizations – ASPCA […]

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Trailer Tuesday: The Accident Season

The Accident Season by Moïra Fowley-Doyle

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Readers’ Corner: African American Historical Fiction

In celebration of Martin Luther King Junior Day, this week’s featured booklist is all about African American historical fiction. Get a glimpse into the African American experience from the earliest colonial days of America through the Vietnam War. Happy reading! Melleny @ Mukilteo Library

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