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Scythe by Neal Shusterman

Staff Writer: Kellie Bate Genre: Dystopian Awards: YALSA Top 10 Nominee 2017 Synopsis  Scythe takes place in a future in which death has been eradicated-no war, no aging, no illness. The only people with the power to take human lives are Scythes, who are tasked with “gleaning” people to control the world’s population. Citra and Rowan are both chosen as apprentices to Scythe Farada, and must learn the “art” of death. After Faraday mysteriously gleans

By | September 25th, 2017|

Since you’ve been gone by Morgan Matson

Staff Writer: Sarah U. Genre: YA Contemporary Awards: 2015 YALSA Teen top 10 Winner Short Story Emily and Sloane are best friends. Sloane and her family leave without an explanation at the beginning of summer, leaving Emily to wonder where her best friend went. Emily receives a list from Sloane in the mail, with no return address, of 13 things for Emily to do that are out of her comfort zone and things she wouldn't do

By | February 15th, 2018|Categories: StaffBooks|0 Comments
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Bookmark 2017

This month, use your creativity to make bookmarks. There are several options to choose from. Let your creativity and  imagination flow! Make as many as you want, and have fun!

By | October 23rd, 2017|Categories: FeaturedMakerspace|0 Comments
Erica
EricaTeen Library Assistant
This is Erica’s third school year as HPL’s Teen Library Assistant. She loves a wide variety of Fandoms especially Star Wars and Batman, taking ideas and making them a reality, and of course reading; Stephen King is her favorite.

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Leah Bardugo

Leah Bardugo Q&A  with Leah Bardugo Nicole: If you could cowrite a book with any author, alive or dead, who would you choose and why?  LB: Sappy answer is my grandfather. He wasn't a writer, but I'd get to see him again, so I'd step right through that loophole. Maybe Stephen King. Or J.K. Rowling. Or George R.R. Martin. Or Louise Erdrich. Or Neil Gaiman. Who am I kidding? I'd be too intimidated to write with any of those people. I'd just sit there grinning like a creep and getting nothing done. I also think cowriting is a very risky kind of alchemy. Even if you

By | September 26th, 2017|