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Why “The Other Einstein” is an important read for everyone

Why “The Other Einstein” is an important read for everyone

By: Manuela Martinez, Spring Reporter and Editor

May 7, 2017

Filed under Book Reviews

Most if not all of the world is familiar with Albert Einstein, one of history's most brilliant and accomplished scientists. Many agree his work turned...

Playing to Win shows the tough work in Football

Playing to Win shows the tough work in Football

By: Austin Amaro, Spring Reporter

May 3, 2017

Filed under Book Reviews, Entertainment

The book Playing To Win is a great read for anyone who is interested in Football. It highlights the behind the scenes work that is put in in order to c...

Trevor Noah Succeeds at Creating a Bestseller

By: Veronica Esteves, Spring Reporter

May 3, 2017

Filed under Book Reviews, Entertainment

The book Born a Crime, written by Trevor Noah, the famous T.V  show host of “The Daily Show,” is a hilarious book that showcases the hardships, and the joys, of growing up as a mixed boy in South Africa. Noah drew the inspiration of this book from his childhood as a South African boy growing up during a time known as apartheid. Apartheid was a system of discrimin...

Get lost within the “Divergent” trilogy

Get lost within the “Divergent” trilogy

May 1, 2017

The Divergent trilogy is a series of young adult science fiction novels written by the American novelist, Veronica Roth, taking place in an apocalypti...

Take a jump and turn your dream into reality

Take a jump and turn your dream into reality

April 7, 2017

Steve Harvey #1 New York Times bestselling author helps you look deep inside yourself and find your purpose in life. It all started on January 13, 2016 at t...

Is “The Fault in Our Stars” the new “The Notebook?”

Is “The Fault in Our Stars” the new “The Notebook?”

January 3, 2017

John Green achieves his break-out moment with his critically acclaimed young-adult novel, The Fault in Our Stars. The story follows the romantic relati...

Keeping the Moon: A relatable story for teens

By: Kelli Mulrooney, Fall Reporter

December 22, 2016

Filed under Book Reviews

Sarah Dessen is a New York Times Best-Selling Author. She has many other young adult books such as Just Listen, Along for the Ride, and Lock and Key. Dessen has received the Goodreads Choice awards Best Young Adult Fiction and Shorty award for Best Author. Fifteen-year-old Colie is just one of those girls. She doesn’t fit in at school because she was fat and now that she isn...

“This Lullaby” reminds you to have faith in love

“This Lullaby” reminds you to have faith in love

By: Christine Silvana, Fall Reporter

December 20, 2016

Filed under Book Reviews, Entertainment

This Lullaby is a young adult novel written by Sarah Dessen. In the novel, eighteen-year-old Remy Starr believes in short-term, no commitment relationsh...

Eleanor and Park is a good read for high school students

Eleanor and Park is a good read for high school students

December 19, 2016

Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell was released on April 1, 2012. The book was written about  twenty five interesting characters who are in high school...

Fahrenheit 451 still stands the test of time

Fahrenheit 451 still stands the test of time

December 6, 2016

After 63 years of its release, Fahrenheit 451 still manages to capture the hearts of millions across the globe with its dark foreshadowing of what the fu...

With a heartbreaking ending, the novel Divergent brings tears

With a heartbreaking ending, the novel Divergent brings tears

December 6, 2016

Written on April 25, 2011 by Veronica Roth, Divergent is a science fiction novel and published by HarperCollins Children's Books. The novel Divergen...

The Book Thief steals readers attention

The Book Thief steals readers attention

December 1, 2016

The Book Thief written by Markus Zusak is an original historical fiction novel that follows the life story of Leisel Meminger living in 1930s and 40s ...

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