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Important Messages
August 31st is the final day to collect your Summer Reading Prizes! The Grand Prize Drawings will also take place August 31st!

Congratulations West Linn readers, you reached the 75,000 minute goal on July 1st! Since the community reached its goal, our generous local business sponsors, Kids First Pediatric and Kumon Reading Center of West Linn, have agreed to make a donation to PAWS Animal Shelter, as part of our Make Reading Count Campaign. We couldn't have done it without you!

Don't forget, if you've already completed the reading challenge, prizes are now available! If you have been logging your minutes online and are eligible for prizes, you don't need to bring in the paper reading log. Just come to the prize table downstairs in the Youth area, give us your name to verify that you're done, and collect your cool prizes!

Teens & Adults: You can now post your reading minutes or reviews to Facebook! To enable Facebook posts, just go to "My Info" and change the Facebook setting at the bottom to "Yes". The next time you enter a log, a pop up window will allow you to share your accomplishments on Facebook!

Reviews
Artemis Fowl: The Last Guardian by Eoin Colfer
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Finished reading Artemis Fowl. [8], "The Last Guardian"
It was really good, and a almost-satisfying ending for the series. Man, I wish there were more! Oh, well... Guess I'll just have to read them again sometime... Anyway, I love the depth of the plot and the life the characters have. And Artemis is so smart, he even tricks the reader as they're reading the book. :)  Artemis Fowl: The Last Guardian by Eoin Colfer
The Reformed Vampire Support Group by Catherine Jinks
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The Reformed Vampire Support Group:
I read this in two days because it's so good. It's a much better book than Twilight, because it carries more than a hint of sarcasm, and Vampires are actually quite weak. I loved this writing style, and recommend it to anyone who wouldn't be caught dead with a copy of Twilight.

Ps. They suck from guinea pigs instead of humans :)  The Reformed Vampire Support Group by Catherine Jinks