Tween Summer Book Club

Sno-Isle Libraries is thrilled to participate in Baker & Taylor’s Tween Summer Reading Book Club, opens a new window. We’ll have three fun middle-grade books that will have you hooked this summer. All three titles will be immediately available to checkout from June 1 until August 31 - no waiting or holds queues! 

You can also ask the authors all about their books during a live virtual author panel on Wednesday, July 21 at 12pm. Register here, opens a new window to attend the live Zoom event.

To borrow a book club selection, go to the Baker & Taylor Book Club page and create a log-in using the following credentials:

  • LIBRARY CARD ID: While labeled 'Library Card ID', please instead enter SIPLBC plus the last 5 digits of your phone number. Example: SIPLBC12340
  • PIN: a passcode of your choice (alpha or numeric)

Then check out the titles to read in your device’s browser or store the book in your browser for offline reading.

Tween Summer Book Club Titles:



Flunked by Jen Calonita

When petty thief Gilly, who lives with five younger brothers and sisters in a run-down boot, gets caught stealing, she is sentenced to three months at Fairy Tale Reform School, where all of the teachers are former villains, including the Big Bad Wolf, the Evil Queen, and Cinderella's Wicked Stepmother.

Activity Kit, opens a new window



Curse of the Night Witch by Alex Aster

After changing the fate he has known since birth, twelve-year-old Tor Luna, accompanied by his friends Engle and Melda, must visit the notorious Night Witch to break the curse he now faces.

Discussion Guide, opens a new window



Jinxed by Amy McCulloch

After fourteen-year-old Lacey Chu repairs a highly advanced smartphone/robotic pet companion, or baku, called Jinx, the baku gets her into her dream school, Profectus, where she is exposed to dangerous secrets.

Activity Kit, opens a new window

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