(BEDFORD) - The Bedford Public Library will celebrate Teen Read Week from Oct. 13-19 with displays, bookmarks and activities to encourage teens in Lawrence County to read for the fun of it.
Thousands of libraries, schools and bookstores across the country will host events centered on this year's theme, "Seek the Unknown @ your library," which dares teens to read for the fun of it.
The library provides TumbleBook Library, an online collection of animated talking picture books that promote the joy of reading in a style that children love.
TumbleBooks are created by taking existing picture books, adding animation, sound, music and narration to produce electronic picture books which children can read themselves or which TumbleBooks can read to the children.
The TumbleBook Library collection can be accessed online through a direct link from the children services page at www.bedlib.org.
"Rosemary Cottage" by Colleen Coble, "Red Moon" by Ralph W. Cotton, "Necessary Errors" by Caleb Crain, "Mark of Calth" by Laurie Goulding, "Love and Lament" by John M. Thompson, "Long Road to Cheyenne" by Charles West, "In Falling Snow" by Mary-Rose MacColl, "The Hunted" by Matthew P. Mayo, "Human Remains" by Elizabeth Haynes, "A Home at Trail's End" by Melody Carlson, "The Gallery of Vanished Husbands" by Natasha Solomons, "Enthralled" by Lora Leigh, "Dream with Little Angels" by Michael Hiebert, "The Death Relic" by Chris Kuzneski, "The Crown Tower" by Michael J. Sullivan, "Cast in Sorrow" by Michelle Sagara, "River's End" by Melody Carlson, "Moonlight Masquerade" by Jude Deveraux, "A Love Surrendered" by Julie Lessman, "The King" by Steven James, "Hunted" by Kevin Hearne, "A Heart Revealed" by Julie Lessman, "Halo: The Flood" by William C. Dietz, "Grave Peril" by Jim Butcher, "From Ashes" by Molly McAdams, "Halo: First Strike" by Eric S. Nylund, "The Truth" by Michael Palin, "The Third Kingdom" by Terry Goodkind, "The Thinking Woman's Guide to Real Magic" by Emily Croy Barker, "A Spider in the Cup" by Barbara Cleverly and "Songs of the Earth" by Elspeth Cooper.
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