Albert Lea Public Library announces summer readers of the week
Published 2:46 pm Saturday, October 4, 2014
Kaitlyn Klocke is the daughter of Seth and Leah. She has three siblings named Vayda, Ledger and Taylor. They have one dog, Sage. Her favorite book is “Lotus Lane #1: Kiki My Stylish Life.” She likes that they have a club and make crafts and have parties. Her favorite place to read is in her room on her couch.
Sam Stay, 7, is the son of Sarah and Matt. He has a sister, Lucy. The family has a pet dog named Scout. Sam’s favorite place to read is in his mom and dad’s bed. He especially likes the “Magic Treehouse” series because it is full of adventure and he likes Jack because he is brave.
Hannah Conn, 11, is the daughter of Lisa and Adam. She has two brothers named Tanner and Carter. The family’s dog is named Harley. Hannah enjoys soccer, dance, reading and writing. Her favorite place to read is in the tree in her front yard. Her favorite book is “The Fault in Our Stars.” She especially liked the writing, how John Green develops his characters and the expressions made by the characters.
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Eddie Farris, 4, has a sister, Faith, and a brother, Laiken. His parents are Hayley and Nick. His family has four baby cats named Shaggy, Denzel, Blondie and Daphne. His favorite place to read is the library. He especially likes books about cats and cheetahs. He likes cheetahs because they are fast.
Whitney Studier, 7, is the daughter of Trevor and Trice. She has two older brothers named Griffin and Logan. She enjoys coloring and playing house. Her family also has a pet beagle, Baylee. Her favorite place to read is at the library. She especially likes the “Magic Pet” series because the animals can do magical things.
Lara Westrum is the daughter of Jody and Tim. She has two sisters named Bryn and Nora. They have a dog, Speckles, and a cat, Honey. Her favorite place to read is in her room and she particularly enjoys the “Boxcar Children” and the “A to Z Mysteries.” She also enjoys art, figure-skating and dance. Her favorite “Boxcar Children” story describes where they found the creek, the stump and the blueberry bushes.