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A Thousands Pieces Of You blends science, adventure and romance

A Thousands Pieces Of You blends science, adventure and romance

By: Basma Marghany, reporter

June 15, 2019

A Thousand Pieces of You is a book written by New York Times best selling author Claudia Grey. This book was published on October 20, 2014. This book is a mixed of sc...

Broken Flowers and Other Stairways to Heaven is an emotional definite read

Broken Flowers and Other Stairways to Heaven is an emotional definite read

By: Hillary Wolanski, Reporter

May 14, 2019

Broken Flowers And Other Stairways To Heaven is a book full of poems by Robert M. Drake. These poems include hard times about Drake's chaotic past love...

Ender’s Game is a sci-fi thriller

Ender’s Game is a sci-fi thriller

By: Robyn Epstein, Editor

May 2, 2019

Ender's Game is a science fiction novel written by Orson Scott Card. It follows a boy named Andrew "Ender" Wiggin and his journey through Battle School w...

Maus tells Holocaust survivor’s story in a new way

Maus tells Holocaust survivor’s story in a new way

By: Kelly Branco, Reporter and Book Nook Editor

January 19, 2019

January is Holocaust remembrance month so this month I will be reviewing books surrounding the Holocaust. The first book this month, well series, is the Maus series by Art Spiegelman. Spiegelman tel...

A Not-So-Merry Christmas, Alex Cross

A Not-So-Merry Christmas, Alex Cross

By: Kelly Branco, Reporter and Book Nook Editor

December 13, 2018

James Patterson wrote Merry Christmas, Alex Cross in 2012. It is the 19th novel in the Alex Cross series. The story follows detective Alex Cross on Christmas...

“The Outsiders”: a page-turning read for young adults

“The Outsiders”: a page-turning read for young adults

By: Bryan Barros, Spring Reporter

June 18, 2018

The Outsiders, one of the most renowned American young adult novels in the world, has always been a literary monarch. Even 51 years after it's publishi...

Paper Towns is definitely worth the read

Paper Towns is definitely worth the read

January 14, 2018

Whenever you think of John Green, you typically think of The Fault in Our Stars. However, my favorite John Green book has to be Paper Towns. Paper T...

Holding Up The Universe is a book for the soul

Holding Up The Universe is a book for the soul

January 5, 2018

Jennifer Niven, a New York Times bestselling author and blog creator, writes a book about self-love, and the importance of friendship. Holding Up The...

Arthur’s Perfect Christmas is a perfect movie for the family

Arthur’s Perfect Christmas is a perfect movie for the family

December 16, 2016

Once again, your favorite cartoon aardvark, Arthur Read, and the whole animal gang are back to celebrate Christmas in Arthur's Perfect Christmas. After 16...

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...

Dinicola’s book signing at Barnes and Noble

Dinicola’s book signing at Barnes and Noble

By: Michelle Remite-Berthet, Fall Editor and Reporter

October 20, 2016

Colonia High School's very own counselor, Mrs. Ann Dinicola, has published her own book,  Tell Me A Story About this Crazy World Called High School: A S...

Looking for Alaska will Leave you Heartbroken

Looking for Alaska will Leave you Heartbroken

April 13, 2016

Looking for Alaska is written by the well known author, John Green, popular for his books,  The Fault in our Stars, reaching number one on the Best-S...

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