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August 29, 2015

In the sixth book about the incorrigible child expert on poisons, As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust, by Alan Bradley, Flavia de Luce must leave her ancestral home to attend boarding school in Canada -- but is in her element, when right away a body falls out of her chimney. Jayne Entwistle's reading makes this even more delightful.

Be sure to check my post about our partnership with Techshop at the Library! Teens got to make and unmake things in some very cool programs.

Happy Reading!

—Sondra Eklund

Did God Kill Jesus?
by Tony Jones

The Real Thing
by Ellen McCarthy

In Search of the Little Prince
by Bimba Landmann

The Octopus Scientists
by Sy Montgomery
photographs by Keith Ellenbogen

As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust
by Alan Bradley
read by Jayne Entwistle

The Mathematician's Shiva
by Stuart Rojstaczer

Goodbye Stranger
by Rebecca Stead

The Safest Lie
by Angela Cerrito

Hearing Heart
by Hannah Hurnard

The Eye of Zoltar
by Jasper Fforde

by Emmy Laybourne

The Sky Is Falling!
by Mark Teague

Edgar's Second Word
by Audrey Vernick
illustrated by Priscilla Burris

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