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The Seattle Public Library system’s annual Summer Reading Program is called Century 22: Read the Future, and is tied in with the 50th anniversary of the Seattle World’s Fair. Young people are encouraged to scour the city’s landmarks for 1,000 books hidden throughout town, and then to re-hide them for other kids to find. Among the books in this summer’s program is my own YA novel Little Brother, which is a source of utter delight for me.

2 Responses to “Seattle library hides 1,000 books around town for young people to find”

  1. Forrest Hsu

    YES!!! I live in Seattle, I’m a great fan of your books, happen to be 13, AND I live across the street form Seattle Center. Sounds like a good summer to me.

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