J NONFIC: Bat Citizens: Defending the Ninjas of the Night by Rob Laidlaw

June: J NonFiction Pick Tons of facts for the budding scientist! – Robin. An informational book about bats’ biology, history, habitats, and the environmental challenges they face. “Bat Citizen” profiles highlight the work of young conservationists. Includes full-color photographs throughout,

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YA FIC: A Lite Too Bright by Samuel  Miller

June: Young Adult Fiction Pick This multi layered book has something for everyone, it will make you think.  As you meander across the country following clues, experiences bring insights into american history, race, politics, mental illness, friendship and betrayal, and

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J FIC: Bob by Wendy Mass and Rebecca Stead with illustrations by Nicholas Gannon

June: Juvenile Fiction Pick Bob, with the dynamic duo of Wendy Mass and Rebecca Stead writing this sweet friend story, like ET or Jellaby or Beckle, you can’t go wrong! – Robin It’s been five years since Livy and her

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E FIC: Pie is For Sharing by Stephanie Parsley Ledyard and illustrations by Jason Chin

June: Young Reader Pick Pie is for sharing is a great summer read, the detailed active illustrations make you feel like you are sharing in fun summer activities. – Robin. A picnic, a beach, a pie cut into pieces and

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June: MDI Photo Club

MDI Photo Club Exhibit Opens  The MDI Photo Club Annual Exhibit opens Saturday, June 2 in the Mellon Room of the Northeast Harbor.  The exhibit remains open to the public through Friday, June 29. The exhibit includes images from 48 local

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