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HB Reads Featured Read!
Huntington Beach Reads One Book

2016 book selection

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Little Princes
Written by Conor Grennan



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419 Main St, Ste 38
Huntington Beach, CA 92648

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Human Trafficking in Orange County
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.
Barnes & Noble, Bella Terra

Special presentation by the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force and the Huntington Beach Police Department! Attend a panel discussion as experts discuss the frequency and size of the problem in our communities in Orange County. Learn what you can do to help identify the problem.

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Children's Event
Thursday, February 25, 2016 at 3:30 p.m.
Central Library

Please join us for an exciting children's event at the Huntington Beach Public Library. Adults and children of all ages are welcome!

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Barnes & Noble Bookfair
Sunday, February 21 to Saturday, February 27
Barnes & Noble Bella Terra

Mention HBReads at checkout or use code 11792165 on bn.com and HBReads gets up to 15% of the net proceeds.

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Welcome to Huntington Beach Reads One Book!

Since 2007, the people of Huntington Beach have been coming together to participate in HB Reads One Book. The idea: all adult readers, students and families in Huntington Beach read the same book at the same time for a community-wide experience.

The books selected for Huntington Beach Reads One Book invite readers to learn about the diversity of people, cultures and discuss new perspectives. We have "traveled" to Pakistan, Alaska, and the Sudan learning about others and about ourselves. We introduce readers to the authors, and bring you programs that share the art, music, food and experiences of the story.

The Huntington Beach Human Relations Task Force and the Huntington Beach Library Board of Trustees have joined with the Huntington Beach City Council to endorse the program. Area high school students, community organizations, and Southern California readers have participated in a variety of events as a part of Huntington Beach Reads One Book.

Each year, the first question asked is "what is your next book?" and we begin planning the next reading adventure!

Join us for our next adventure!



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