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Where the stories never end

Where the stories never end

April 9, 2019

The place where fiction can become reality, and imagination is free to roam. A place where the stories are no longer just stories, but an escape from reality. With the opportunity to discover stories from around the world with issues to relate to. The library club attended the North Texas Teen Book Festival in ...

Keep your weekend booked

Keep your weekend booked

February 12, 2018

Reading is a part of every person's life when they are in school, whether it is for an assignment or for pure entertainment. Whatever the case may be, many students don't know what kind of book to pick up whenever they need to read, and that can be pretty stressful. Here are the most checked out books ...

Damsels not in distress

Damsels not in distress

December 6, 2017

While some books have a protagonist who fights the villain and gets the girl, it’s way too overdone. Most books almost never have the girl saving the guy, or even have a female character who is the main lead and fights crimes. While these are just two examples, some female authors have written spectacular...

Planes, trains, and… murder?

Planes, trains, and… murder?

November 29, 2017

A dead man, a detective and 12 passengers with suspicious pasts all on one train must decide who is guilty for the murder. “The Murder on the Orient Express” directed by Kenneth Branagh and based off the original book by Agatha Christie came out in theaters Nov. 10. The movie features a world reno...

Figuring it out

Figuring it out

November 17, 2015

Society’s definition of mental illness too often coincides with weakness; those with an illness are considered at fault for their condition, which is no excuse for not being yourself or not being there for the people who care about you. This idea has led to ostracism, prejudice, or even hate of peop...

Asking Alice

Asking Alice

August 29, 2015

"Go Ask Alice" is the first in a series of many anonymous diary novels. In these novels, you can read a teenager’s diary. Most people think that is such a huge invasion of privacy, but this isn’t an average diary. These diaries are some of the most controversial teen novels that our generation ha...

Summer invasion by aliens and school

Summer invasion by aliens and school

August 25, 2015

You turn in your final exams. You make plans with your friends to make your summer epic. When the bell rings, you throw your papers in the air “High School Musical” style and run to your car. But then you catch a glimpse of the book buried under the unique assortment of trash on your floorboard, an...

Saying good morning to ‘Night’

Saying good morning to ‘Night’

April 15, 2015

In my sophomore English class recently, we had to read this book called “Night” written by Holocaust survivor and Nobel Prize laureate Elie Wiesel. And it was absolutely terrifying how much power it packed into a mere 150 or so pages. It was dynamite-level stuff, give or take a few nuclear bombs. Rooted...

Mr. Grey will see you now

Mr. Grey will see you now

February 13, 2015

The book. That book. Maybe you saw it when you were sitting on your scratchy blue sun chair at the beach as you glanced to your right, only to raise a brow at the conga line of older women proudly turning its pages. Selling more than 100 million copies worldwide, that book now sits on nightstands and dusty shelves at all continents. The long awaited movie ada...

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