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Book Review: Pickle-The (Formerly) Anonymous Prank Club of Fountain Point Middle School by Kim Baker

Pickle-The (Formerly) Anonymous Prank Club of Fountain Point Middle School by Kim Baker and illustrated by Tim Probert Pickle is a story about a club that forms with mischief in mind but along the way becomes more about friendship and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Primal Screamer, by Nick Blinko

Written by Nick Blinko of the 1980s UK anarcho-punk band Rudimentary Peni, The Primal Screamer is a semi-autobiographical gothic horror novel about Nathaniel “Nat” Snoxell, a deeply troubled young man living in a small village outside London in the 1980s. … Continue reading

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I’ve been hearing a lot about feminism recently and I was wondering if the library has any books on that topic. Especially newer books.

Feminism is a movement that has been quickly coming back into light in the past few years. While this brings on a debate as to whether we are still part of the third wave feminist movement (1990’s) or starting a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Username: Evie

What if L. Frank Baum wrote The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in this millennium? This is what I was thinking when I read Username: Evie by Joe Sugg (otherwise known on YouTube as ThatcherJoe). Like Dorothy, Evie is a teenager who lives with her … Continue reading

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Children’s Books: Three New Adventures

Goodbye Stranger by Rebecca Stead Bridge and her best friends Emily and Tab have been through a lot together, including a horrific accident that Bridge barely survived. When 7th grade begins, Bridge’s world is turned upside down. Emily has a … Continue reading

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