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Of Interest to Readers
This page will be devoted to sharing information that may be of interest to you if
you describe yourself as a READER. They come from many sources and will
mostly be presented as links to other web pages or PDF documents. We hope
they enrich your reading experience.
New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2015  is a very useful
fiction site. It provides a brief bio of authors
and lists their titles by publication date and
organizes titles by series. The series
information is especially helpful for patrons
who want to read an author's works in
order. Some authors have more that one
series going on at the same time!
If you like Mysteries in Foreign Lands
check out this link :
The Redwood Coast
Review, founded in 1999,
was published by Friends of
Coast Community Library
in cooperation with the
Independent Coast
Observer of Gualala. It
appeared quarterly as a
section of the ICO. 1500
copies were also distributed
independently to selected
bookstores, cafés, libraries
and cultural centers in
California. Click to read
back issues.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten is a nationwide
program that promotes early
literacy through reading aloud to infants, toddlers and preschoolers.

Register your pre-kindergarten child at the library and receive a folder
which will include
an American Library Association
“Every Child Ready to Read”
brochure, an early literacy
handout by author Jim Treleasse, a book record log sheet, and a Read
and Grow magnet.

When the first 100 books are read bring
the completed book record to the library
and your child will receive a  Read and
Grow Club T-shirt and a sticker. You’ll
receive another book record sheet. Every
book counts, and it’s OK to read a book
many times and count it each time you
read it. When 1,000 books are read,
your child will receive a brand-new book
with a nameplate and a Read and Grow book bag.
Indepth study guides for fiction and non fiction books