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Upcoming Events at The Reading Bug:


Sunday, December 11, 2016 - 11:00am

Meet the North Pole Ninja

Join us for storytime with Authors Tyler Knott Gregson and Sarah Linden!  You'll get to meet the North Pole Ninja in person and make Ninja crafts too! By now, we have all heard about the Elf on the Shelf, but there's a NEW holiday tradition coming your way...The North... (read more)
Sunday, December 11, 2016 - 5:00pm

JAN BRETT

The one and only Jan Brett will be at The Reading Bug for the very first time to share her new book, Gingerbread Christmas! Jan's tour bus will be located outside the store for all to see and take photos with and posters are available to the first 100 people who purchase... (read more)
Tuesday, December 13, 2016 - 4:00pm

Hanukkah Party!

The Reading Bug is proud to partner with Wornick Jewish Day School for our 2nd Annual Hanukkah Party! Join us for storytime, music and crafts   This is a FREE event for the whole family!
Sunday, December 18, 2016 - 11:00am

NEW DATE! Gingerbread cookies with Author ELISA KLEVEN

Previously scheduled for November, we are happy to welcome Elisa Kleven!   We are thrilled to welcome back Elisa Kleven with an adorable new book, The Horribly Hungry Gingerbread Boy:  A San Francisco Story! Join us for gingerbread decorating, storytime and of... (read more)

Featured Staff Reviews

Echo is an exceptional book that begins and ends with a harmonica made in Germany. In the prelude, a boy named Otto buys the harmonica and a book from a gypsy. When Otto later is lost in the forest, he begins to read the book, and the three princesses in the book appear to help him find his way home. The rest of the book is told in three parts. Part One tells the story of Friedrich, a young boy in Nazi Germany in 1933. Part Two is the story of two orphans in Pennsylvania in 1935, and Part Three is about Ivy, a Hispanic girl in Southern California in 1942. The thread that holds these three parts together... (read more)

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