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State of Scriber’s Library, Fall 2017

Funding First off, a huge thank you to : The Laura Bush Foundation who gave us $2,500 for new books The Edmonds Foundation “Creative Classrooms Grant” who gave us $500 for new books The NEA’s “Read Across America” who gave … Continue reading

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Student Review of “This Savage Song”, by Victoria Schwab

Kate Harker is on one side of the border. August Flynn is on the other. Kate is a human raised to fight the monsters, her father the “protector” of his city. August is a monster, Sunai, a being that must … Continue reading

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A Student Review of Poisoned Apples, by Christine Hepperman

Poisoned Apples by Christine Heppermann is a book of realities for teenage girls. It is a book of poetry that reveals the inner workings of eating disorders and relationships that everyone should know. It brings an understanding of struggles every … Continue reading

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Student Review of “Gone”, by Michael Grant

“Teenagers” are in charge when everyone older than 13 disappears and many come to identify unnatural talents and skills. The children work as well as they can to maintain a preschool, McDonalds, grocery store, and fire station. All of which … Continue reading

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Student Review of “What the Dead Want”, by Norah Olson

Gretchen lost her paranormal researcher of a mother, and while her father is on one of his numerous trips, she gets a call from her great aunt saying she’s received her family’s estate. Soon Gretchen encounters the ghost of her … Continue reading

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April is Poetry Month! Come Check out our Book Spine Poetry in the Library.

April is poetry month, friends, and we’re celebrating by creating book spine poetry all month.  

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Student Review of “Extraordinary Means”, by Robyn Schneider

Teenage TB patients are quarantined, not expecting to find love, friends, hope, or a normal future. ¬†However, each character learns to grow, mentally and emotionally. It’s a beautifully told story, each page bringing something new and special into the Young … Continue reading

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