Monday, March 19, 2018

Someone Like You

Someone Like You by Sarah Dessen

The book is about how the world is a terrible place not to have a best friend. This book is about Scarlet and Halley. They have been best friends since Scarlet  moved across from Halley’s house. The book starts with how Scarlett’s boyfriend died in a motorcycle accident, and then afterwards Scarlett turns out to be pregnant. It shows how Halley is helping Scarlett with the baby. Scarlett and Halley are just like a family, like soul sisters and it makes me want to have something like this. The book is really emotional and fun to read and a great way to experience life. Spoiler Alert: at the end of the chapter the baby is born and it is the best and most beautiful thing I have ever read, and the baby’s name is Grace Halley. This book changed my life and it made me want to go out there and live my life freely. 

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Teen Makers: Libraries are for Creating

Celebrate Teen Tech Week by creating/inventing/coding something new with our tech toys and your imagination. Add light, motion, sound.

Tuesday, March 20
4-6 p.m.
College Hill Library

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

A Wrinkle In Time

A Wrinkle In Time 
By Madeleine L’Engle

       A Wrinkle In Time is a movie that is coming out soon. The book starts out with the main character, Meg, who lives in a four sibling family. Her dad works for the government, but disappeared which left the family without him. Her and her little brother are known as social outcasts,  meeting another kid that is important named Calvin. Together, these three need to embark on a journey to save Meg’s father, going to different planets and meeting interesting characters.
      Personally, I enjoyed this book, and am eager for the movie to come out. This book is sci-fi and it is good read for all grade levels, especially for sci-fi lovers. The characters are developed well, and overall, this is a terrific book. The movie comes out on March 9th.

Monday, March 5, 2018

Thor Ragnarok

Thor Ragnarok was one of the more extreme Marvel movies. Instead of focusing on “Midgard,” we follow Thor and Loki on their adventure to save Asgard from their sister, the Goddess of Death. Spoiler, they fail, and have to ignite Ragnarok and destroy Asgard, this vanquishing their sister. The movie itself had very satisfying humor, great casting, and interesting dialogue, which ultimately lead to a plot twist most did not expect.

Saturday, March 3, 2018

Teen Dungeons & Dragons Club

2nd Saturday each month. March 10, April 14

Drop in and try your hand at role-play adventuring! Play a heroic character in a world of monsters, magic and destiny... Choose from a variety of characters...look forward to seeing you!

Ages 12-17
No registration
2nd Saturday of each month from 1-4 pm
College Hill Room L167