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We are quickly approaching summer at our school, so we have been winding down activities in the library and looking ahead to what we might read this summer. 754 more words

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Romancing the Dark in the City of Light

A book with a title like Romancing the Dark in the City of Light…well, it brings along certain connotations.  The Eiffel tower, a pink sunset cover, two characters holding hands in the rain…a hardcore YA romance, right? 281 more words

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Bald Eagles in Elgin County

They’re back. I can tell by the line of cars parked along the busy country road. If there are several vehicles parked, but spaced out along the road, there may be one or two big, long cameras pointing out a car window. 317 more words

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100 Must-Read Sci-Fi Fantasy Novels By Female Authors | BookRiot #SciFi #fantasy #books #women #reading

Ready for your TBR list to explode? I’ve gathered the 100 best sci-fi fantasy novels by female authors and there is sooooo much reading goodness to dig into. 40 more words

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Reader's Advisory: The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck

Yes, we Millenials suck sometimes. But you know what we are good at? Not giving a shit about things that don’t actually matter. Especially things that don’t actually matter in our own specific lives (I’m looking at you AP Calculus. 545 more words

Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson

An absolutely magical re-telling of the story of Tiger Lily from Peter Pan. The narrator is the fairy, Tinker Bell and the story is just brilliant from beginning to end. 857 more words

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A Thousand Naked Strangers

Everyone wants to make a difference in this life.  After the events of 9/11, Kevin Hazzard decided that, for him, the best avenue was becoming a paramedic. 230 more words

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