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Featured Upcoming Events at The Reading Bug:


Sun, 01/28/2018 - 2:00pm

Join us for a hands-on cooking demonstration with Chef Gino! In the w    Kids will learn tips and tricks for cooking at home...any kid can be a chef!  Be sure to pick up this awesome cookbook and get started! Recommended for ages 6 to adult   Chef... (read more)

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 4:00pm

Our favorite fancy illustrator returns to The Reading Bug to present the last in the picture book series...Fancy Nancy Oodles of Kittens! Come dressed in your fanciest clothes to celebrate! Recommended for ages 2-7 yrs

Thu, 02/01/2018 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

You may know Sarah Jane from her beautiful creations on SarahJaneStudios.com- if you love embroidery, paper dolls, or just beautiful art, she creates some of the best! Meet Lola Dutch, a delightfully creative girl who is bursting with grand ideas. From the best ways to... (read more)

Tue, 02/06/2018 - 4:30pm

Lisa McMann returns with book 2 in The Unwanteds Quests series, DRAGON BONES!* Recommended for ages 8-12 *This event will be a meet and greet.  Come by to talk with the Author in-person and get your book signed!  In order to support our free programming,... (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 is the harmonica, which winds up in the hands of each of the... (read more)

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