Book Review
Reviewed by: Ariadna Herrera

It was very interesting and it was historical fiction. The book is about a girl named Mattie. She lives above a cafe that her family owns. The fever was everywhere in the world. Mattie was sent somewhere safe. No spoilers aloud so I will stop here.…

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College Conundrums

Our teens discuss if they think college is worth all the hubbub, and what challenges they have faced when applying to college.

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Reviewed by: Briayan Ruiz

The book is set as a manga you read from right to left and book cover is on the other side towards the end of the book and that book contains the manga Jujutsu Kaisen a very interesting anime where the characters have different abilities and Jutsus to…


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Reviewed by: Darolyn Reinoso

The book "Night" is such a great book. I personally liked how you can really see how much Elie, the author, had to go through. After I finished reading, it gave me a whole new point of view on what the Holocaust victims really went through. I enjoyed…


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Reviewed by: Allison Argomedo

"The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates" is a book that shows you that even if you have the same name, come from the same town, and have very similar parents, you can have different futures. This book was enjoyable to read as you switched from one…

The Other Wes Moore

Book Review
Reviewed by: Ireti Flud

The book Fences is about the struggles that many African Americans faced and still face in the 20th century. The book has characters that are struggling to get by in their lives due to hardship. So because of the hard situations that they are put in,…


The Forgetful Episode

 Guess who forgot to come to our forgetful themed episode. 🙃🙃🙃

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Need community service hours? Yes? Well then you should come to our Teen Community Service Day at the library on Saturday, March 26th! Stop by between the hours of 10am-4pm to earn hours…

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70 Days of Monopoly

Our teens discuss what they think is over- and under- rated, including the friendship-breaking board game Monopoly. 🎩

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Book Review
Reviewed by: Mikaela Serrano

Holden's favorite insult is "phony." He uses it to describe the vast majority of people and places he comes across. The term connotes deception, a lack of genuineness, and pretense to Holden. Holden sees phoniness as a symptom of adulthood, whereas he…

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