Otis Library Asks:
What are you reading?

Book reviews and best sellers lists are all well and good, but sometimes the best books are those you hear about from word of mouth. With that in mind, the Otis Library asks “What are you reading?” Add their recommendations to your own reading list! Remember to ask at the Information Desk if you need help locating one of these books.

Our reader this month is:
Pamela Days Luketich
Community Education Officer, Chelsea Groton Bank

My favorite book of all time is Love You Forever by Robert Munsch. I used to read this book to my two children from the time they were infants until they were too big to sit on my lap. I have a copy for each of them to someday read to their children.

Now that they are both in their teens the whole family had to read The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. My 18 year old daughter and husband loved it. My son and I enjoyed it but it wasn't our favorite book.

My job at Chelsea Groton deals with Community Education. The book Money Still Doesn't Grow on Trees by Neal S. Godfrey has wonderful tips for teaching teens and young adults about financial responsibility. I also love The Millionaire Next Door by William Danko. It is a practical guide for anyone to become a millionaire.

Books that I have read recently and really enjoyed are The Help, Water for Elephants, and Little Bee by Chris Cleave.

My favorite romance is The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. The movie does not come close to doing the book justice.


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