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Teachers and students discuss the value of summer assignments

by John Le, Laura Le & Trevor Sonoda, Staff Writers

A variety of summer reading assignments. Photo by Isabella Purdy

Many Fountain Valley students spend their summer working on homework assigned to them by a variety of Honors and AP classes. 270 more words


Book Review: The Burning Claw

I’ve held off on this book review for a while to give myself some time to process this book. It came out September 10th and of course I read it in a day. 179 more words


Book Review: The Fall of Five

I have one word for this book: insane. Even though in the review for the last book I complained that the series was winding down, this book has totally revitalized my interest in the series. 177 more words


Summer Reading Wrap-Up!

Yesterday was my last official day of summer since today was the first day of school. So I wanted to do a wrap-up post with 37 of the books I read this summer with the ratings I gave them on Goodreads tweaked to account for .5’s that Goodreads doesn’t allow and a possibility a little blurb for some of them. 1,407 more words

Book Reviews

Summer Review

September? How can it be September?

This summer has gone by so fast, but I can happily say that it was great. Even though school is creeping around the corner, I feel ready and prepared for the storm that’s about to hit me. 202 more words


Fun Fact Friday : 10 Fictional Characters Based on Real People

Happy Friday! Here is another fun infographic brought to you courtesy of the team at Visualistan

Sometimes you never can tell who has inspired the magical characters that appear in classic stories.


Book Review: The Rise of Nine

I recently finished the third book of this series, and it is still one of my favorite book series.

I’m so glad that I discovered this series at the beginning of summer, because I’m three books in and still loving it. 208 more words