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Storytime with Sophie: Hotel Magnifique

Sophie Barkett, Reviews Editor April 13, 2022

Imagine the moving, interactive interior of Hogwarts combined with the magic of Shadow and Bone, and you get Emily J. Taylors: Hotel Magnifique. This novel was released on April 5th, and is described as...

Why We Fly is a young adult novel about cheerleading and social activism. It can bring about important discussions, and can be found at Barnes and Noble.

Storytime with Sophie: Why We Fly

Sophie Barkett, Reviews/ Opinions editor November 1, 2021

Why we Fly is a cheerleading novel at surface, but also discusses social issues and political changes. The young adult and 320 page novel was released on Oct. 5 by Gilly Segal and Kimberly Jones.  The...

The Dead and the Dark is a YA novel, any thriller enthusiast would enjoy. The novel is by Courtney Gould and can be found on Amazon.

Storytime with Sophie: The Dead and the Dark

Sophie Barkett, Reviews/ Opinions editor August 27, 2021

The Dead and the Dark is a complex, well-developed novel by Courtney Gould, that leaves readers unable to put it down. Released on August 3rd, this novel is a romantic YA thriller that may be enjoyed by...

One Last Stop, a new adult romance about a lgbt+ couple and their struggles  in New York. Overall, an emotional and understandable book for readers.

Storytime with Sophie: One Last Stop

Sophie Barkett, Opinions/ Reviews editor August 6, 2021

One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston, is an enjoyable, youthful summer read . McQuiston is well known for her 2016 novel, Red, White and Royal Blue. Based on social media, fans of her previous work were eager...

Senior Yejin Sohn wrote and illustrated her own childrens book, Counting Dollars. Her book is published on Amazon.

Senior creates, publishes her first book over summer break

Lauren Ludwig , Staff Reporter May 13, 2021

Throughout the long-awaited summer breaks, a majority of teenagers are out taking trips to the beach and staying out late with friends, the idea of school forgotten for 6 weeks. However, during the 2020...

Fan-favorite Shadow and Bone series receives Netflix adaptation

Sophie Barkett, Staff Reporter April 23, 2021

Popular young adult book series, Shadow and Bone, is coming to Netflix. The New York Times bestselling series, written by Leigh Bardugo, has amassed a large following for its beloved characters. Over the...

Love & Olives by Jenna Evans Welch was released on July 7th, 2020. The novel tackles the tale of main character Olive Varanakis and her journey to Greece where she comes face to face with various opportunities she never expected. Love & Olives has a Barnes & Noble rating of 4.3/5 and a Goodreads rating of 4.1/5.

“Love & Olives”: guaranteed new literary obsession filled with love, adventure, travel

Nadine Loureiro, Editor-in-Chief April 22, 2021

Greece, Atlantis, reconciliation, adventure, and a slice of romance: all factors of Jenna Evans Welch 2020 released novel Love & Olives. This book follows the tale of Greek American teen Olive “Liv”...

English department uses Holocaust literature to teach tolerance

English department uses Holocaust literature to teach tolerance

Nadine Loureiro and Sydney Wolfe November 15, 2018

Literature is the key to learning different aspects of life, including the past. Sophomores in regular English classes were tasked with reading one of the works of Markus Zusak, The Book Thief. The novel...

Wonder Book Review

Megan Linden , Staff Reporter November 29, 2017

There are not many books out there that openly talk about serious conditions such as facial deformity. Wonder is a story about a 10-year-old boy named August Pullman who was born with a condition called...

The arguably most popular meme from Hyperbole and a Half, the clean all the things meme was illustrated and created by Allie Brosh.

Laughing out loud

Lauren Neilsen, Staff Reporter February 2, 2016

How do I begin to describe “Hyperbole and a Half?” The obvious words come to mind; funny, heartwarming, clever. But in truth, I found Allie Brosh’s to be more than what those few descriptive adjectives...

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