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Article in [[:Category:Book Groups|Book Groups]], [[:Category:Young Adult Fiction]] and [[:Category:Juvenile Fiction]]. Article in [[:Category:Book Groups|Book Groups]], [[:Category:Young Adult Fiction]] and [[:Category:Juvenile Fiction]].
-''Note: The Sharks of Greene County Library is an eight week summer book and activity club for guys aged 9 - 14, run by guys. The Sharks was formed in the summer of 2007. +''Note: The Sharks of Greene County Library is an eight week summer book and activity club for guys aged 9 - 14, run by guys. The Sharks was formed in the summer of 2007.
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 +Here's what the Sharks read in Summer 2007
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 +*[[http://166:61:234.92/search/t?ruins+of+gorlan The Ruins of Gorlan]] by John Flanagan
 +:This is book 1 of the series [[http://166:61:234:92/search/t?ranger's apprentice The Ranger's Apprentice]]
Here are the books the Sharks read in Summer 2008: Here are the books the Sharks read in Summer 2008:

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Article in Book Groups, Category:Young Adult Fiction and Category:Juvenile Fiction.

Note: The Sharks of Greene County Library is an eight week summer book and activity club for guys aged 9 - 14, run by guys. The Sharks was formed in the summer of 2007.

Here's what the Sharks read in Summer 2007

This is book 1 of the series [apprentice The Ranger's Apprentice]

Here are the books the Sharks read in Summer 2008:

I loved this when I was a schoolchild and still love it as an adult. Yes, the people "eating their words" and the half-child are blow-milk-out-your-nose funny, but they remind us that our words do have consequences and statistics can be hard to interpret and can be used to mislead as well as inform. --Bbjoring 19:01, 4 June 2009 (EDT)
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