Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Jane kicks off the Summer Reading Program

King Kamehameha celebrates the end of school .... 

... and beginning of the Summer Reading Program!


Jane checks out the prizes ... 


... plus a new arrival for the Diamond Jubilee!


The librarian welcomes Jane with a lei!


Jane is delighted to find her books in the library!


How can any books be banned?


What are your summer plans - do you have any books in mind?  One randomly selected commenter from this week's blogs wins a book choice from my convention stash.  This giveaway is open to all readers.  Comments are open through Saturday, June 2, 10 pm in Hawaii.  I'll post the winner on Sunday, June 3.


Mahalo,


Kim in Hawaii


Jane enjoys the children's section!




11 comments:

  1. My summer plans are to read as many books as possible. I doubt that we will be going anywhere, except for up to Tampa to visit with my son and his family. They finally return home for good from London June 8th. I'm going to do as little as possible, and just relax.

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  2. My summer plans are spending lots of time with the kids. Taking them swimming, to the park, and then at the end of June we are taking a short vacation to Omaha, NE and to the zoo. Very excited.
    Lots of good books coming out. The new Laurell K Hamiton, Jeaniene Frost book, and lots of other good stuff.
    What a great giveaway.
    christinebails@yahoo.com

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  3. I have a few plans. We will be going to Texas and California.

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  4. We don't really have any plans. I'd like to read more books.

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  5. I have lots of books planned and all of them historical fiction. Right now I'm reading Tessa Dare and listening to Sabrina Jeffries.

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  6. No plans yet, reading books from. The lib ray
    Kimh

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  7. I don't have any plans, but I am hoping to get away for a few days.

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  8. The only plans so far are to make some weekend trips to the Shore and swimming. I can't wait to read Pamela Clare's third book in the Mackinnon Ranger series called Defiant. Awesome series.
    Carol L.
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  9. I just plan on catching up with my reading and work in my yard. I also have to dog sit for a week while my son and d-i-l go to her brother's wedding.

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  10. We are hosting my husband's army reunion so I will be busy cleaning for that. The rest of my summer will be relaxing!

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