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YA Book Reviews by Amy


YA Book Reviews by Amy: Twisted Tales Mirror, mirror, on the wall, which YA book is the fairest one of all? We have grown up with fairy tales throughout the years in different mediums: whether it be the cartoon or live action movies, television shows mimicking the familiar plot and tropes, or reading the original… read more >>

An Ocean of Summer Possibilities

Summer is just around the corner, and with it comes long days filled with fun, sun, and friends.  But it seems like it doesn’t take long to run out of things to do (and that’s not to say you’re ready for school, either).  But don’t worry – the Library’s Summer Discovery theme is here to… read more >>

YA for Election Day

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You may have heard that there’s an election happening.  Again.  And while this year’s election doesn’t necessarily have the same coverage as it would if it were a presidential election, it’s still just as important.  (Every election is important!  Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.)  There are still representatives and senators to elect as well… read more >>

YA Book Reviews by Amy


YA Book Reviews by Amy: Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month Contemporary Reads May is the month of respecting and highlighting Asian and Pacific American Heritage. I wanted to select books for this week that are written by authors that are Asian and Pacific American and that have characters that also reflect the heritage. This… read more >>

The 90s (crafts) are Back!

When I was a teen in the 90s, my mom jokingly said to keep some of my clothes because one day they’ll be back in style.  Like so many other moments of my life, I should have listened to her.  It appears that 90s fashion is back, and high school Sarah is very happy!  (I… read more >>