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2020

Looking forward to 2020

New year, new books, movies, and more! Here are a few titles our Youth Advisory Council teens and staff are looking forward to checking out in 2020. BOOKS Demon is a thrilling, horrifying, and disturbing conclusion to Shane Peacock’s Gothic YA trilogy, The Dark Missions of Edgar Brim....

Indian Horse

Indian Horse Book Review

The novel Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese takes place in Manitoba during the time of residential schools. These school’s main job was to take Indigenous children from their homes and “erase the Indian from the child”. Priests and nuns ran the school, and were trying to erase the children’s’...

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The Case for Reading

By Ranjan I know what you are thinking- Ughh, another article about reading. I get it, reading is important or something. Yes, I am not the first, nor will I be the last, to encourage reading, but I think that a perspective from a fellow teenager can be...

freaks and geeks

Roll For Initiative

Dungeons and Dragons appears to be making its way back into mainstream media. If you’re a fan of the show “Stranger Things” you’ll recall how the kids name the monstrous creature haunting their town a “demagorgon” after a creature they battle in their Dungeons and Dragons campaign.  Recently...