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“The Other Americans”

Sophia Dewael, Staff Writer

May 19, 2020

“The Other Americans” is a novel written by Laila Lalami and published on March 26, 2019. The book begins when the father of a Morrocan immigrant family is killed when a car hits him while he is crossing the street. It takes place in the small town of Mojave, which is located in the California de...

Allison’s Adventures in Underland

Graci Watson, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

The book “Alison's Adventures in Underland” is written by C.M. Stunich. There are three books to the series, and  its is a mix of genres that includes romance, adventure and mystery. This book is directed more towards young adults and adults. There are over 200 pages and it is an easy read even for...

This book made me “More Happy Than Not”

Claire Dorsch, MVC Managing Editor

February 15, 2018

Major spoiler alerts ahead.   In search of the best LGBT books in the Mt. Vernon High School’s library, I came across “More Happy Than Not.” An Eliot Rosewater Nominee, Adam Silvera’s debut novel explores the role that memories play in people’s identity and how parts of people canno...

Need

Need

Caty McGovern, MVC Opinions Editor

October 6, 2017

Reading is one thing I do a lot of. The most recent book I have read is “Need” by Joelle Charbonneau. This novel takes place in Wisconsin specifically with the students at Nottawa High School. The students find a social networking site that grants their every need. The site ends up being full of ...

Dumplin’

Caty McGovern, MVC Opinions Editor

September 11, 2017

                            A new feature was added to Wednesdays. This feature is required silent readings every Wednesday during SRT. This means that people are looking for good books to read. A great book that I recently read is...

“The Ship Beyond Time” is beyond a fan favorite

Keiko Kreklau, Staff Writer

May 26, 2017

When someone has an itch on their back and contort like a pretzel trying to scratch it, only to realize reaching that is physically impossible without bone fractures, the moment a friend agrees to scratch the spot instead is one of the most relieving experiences in life. The point? To some novel-addict...

People everywhere rave over “Girl from Everywhere”

Keiko Kreklau, Staff Writer

May 18, 2017

Time traveling pirate ships, a historical Hawaii setting, and a supposed love triangle; if that is not a recipe for a page-turner, I do not know what is. The title of this book? Heidi Heilig’s “The Girl from Everywhere” tells the tale of Nixie, a sixteen-year-old with a not-so-typical adolescen...

The book truly is better than the movie

Hannah Warfel, Features Editor

April 20, 2017

Books and the movies made based off of those books can be very different. One of these book and movie duos is “Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters.” Now, don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love the Percy Jackson books. I love all 17 of them, but the movies aren’t my favorite movies in the whole...

Sold on “Sold”

Keiko Kreklau, Staff Writer

February 28, 2017

Warning: Placing this book down mid-story is extremely difficult. “Sold” by Patricia McCormick tells the tale of Lakshmi, a thirteen-year-old, as she develops both as a young woman and as a testament to female strength and resilience. Written in a free-verse style from Lakshmi's own perspective, the nove...

In love with “Love and First Sight”

Katie Smith, MVC Staff Reporter

February 3, 2017

One of my favorite authors has released his newest book called "Love and First Sight." This author, Josh Sundquist, got his start on YouTube and achieved great literary success after the release of his first novel We Should Hang Out Sometime, a quirky novel about the struggles of dating in real life...

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