• March Book: I hope you get this message by Farah Naz Rishi

    Posted by Heather Connor on 3/19/2020

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  • 2/20 Lies We Tell Ourselves

    Posted by Heather Connor on 2/5/2020

    Lies we tell ourselves Robin Talley

    Historical Fiction

    Lies We Tell Ourselves

    In 1959 Virginia, the lives of two girls on opposite sides of the battle for civil rights will be changed forever.

    Sarah Dunbar is one of the first black students to attend the previously all-white Jefferson High School. An honors student at her old school, she is put into remedial classes, spit on and tormented daily.

    Linda Hairston is the daughter of one of the town's most vocal opponents of school integration. She has been taught all her life that the races should be kept separate but equal.

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  • 1/21/20 The Dangerous Art of Blending In

    Posted by Heather Connor on 11/25/2019

    Our January read will be 

    The Dangerous Art of Blending In by Angelo Surmelis

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  • 12/19/19 The Hive

    Posted by Heather Connor on 11/25/2019

    For our next meeting on 12/19/19, we will be reading The Hive by Barry Lyga.

    A Winner of People Magazine's Best Books for Fall 2019.

    New York Times bestselling authors Barry Lyga and Morgan Baden have teamed up for the first time to create a novel that's gripping, terrifying and more relevant every day.

    Cassie McKinney has always believed in the Hive. Social media used to be out of control, after all. People were torn apart by trolls and doxxers. Even hackers --- like Cassie's dad --- were powerless against it. But then the Hive came. A better way to sanction people for what they do online. Cause trouble, get too many "condemns," and a crowd can come after you, teach you a lesson in real life. It's safer, fairer and perfectly legal. Entering her senior year of high school, filled with grief over an unexpected loss, Cassie is primed to lash out. Egged on by new friends, she makes an edgy joke online. Cassie doubts anyone will notice. But the Hive notices everything. And as her viral comment whips an entire country into a frenzy, the Hive demands retribution. One moment Cassie is anonymous; the next, she's infamous. And running for her life. With nowhere to turn, she must learn to rely on herself --- and a group of Hive outcasts who may not be reliable --- as she slowly uncovers the truth about the machine behind the Hive.
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  • City of Bones: discussion 11/22

    Posted by Heather Connor on 11/11/2019

    For Friday, November 22nd, please read City of Bones by Cassandra Claire. Book leaders will be Mary and Lizbeth.

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