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I go into my library, and all history unrolls before me. – Alexander Smith

LIES: Gone Novel Book 3 May 11, 2010

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The third installment in the Gone Series by Michael Grant was released last week.  Below is the Readers Guide courtesy of HarperTeen and the Book Trailer.

Gone Series Discussion Guide

Lies is available for check out!


Mrs. Gonzales: Tulare County Teacher of the Year!!

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Congratulations to Lindsay High School’s own Earth Science/ Biology Teacher, Mrs. Gonzales, for being awarded Tulare County Teacher of the Year!!!  Mrs. Gonzales, you make us proud : )

Porterville Recorder Article


Monsters of Men – Chaos Walking Trilogy May 4, 2010

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AAAAHHHH!! The Chaos Walking Series is PHENOMENAL!!!!  The final installment, Monsters of Men, will be released in the U.S. on September 28th.  But, Ms. Hall was too impatient to wait that long so she ordered it from the U.K.  It’s in the library and ready for check out.  If you have not read the first book, The Knife of Never Letting Go, consider giving it a try. (You won’t be sorry.)  The Book Trailer for Monsters of Men is below.


Faerie Fans Listen Up May 3, 2010

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The fantastic Holly Black has two new books out for the Faerie Fans among us.  The Poison Eaters, a short story collection, was released in February and The White Cat, the first installment of a new fantasy series entitled The Curse Workers, was released this week.  Both are in the library and ready for check out!

The Posion EatersThe coldest girl in Coldtown — A reversal of fortune — The boy who cried wolf — The night market — The dog king — Virgin — In vodka veritas — The coat of stars — Paper cuts scissors — Going Ironside — The land of heart’s desire — The poison eaters. A collection of short stories for readers that feature fantasy elements and illustrations, including “The Coldest Girl in Coldtown,” “The Boy Who Cried Wolf,” “Paper Cuts Scissors,” and more

The White Cat – “Cassel comes from a family of curse workers — people who have the power to change your emotions, your memories, your luck, by the slightest touch of their hands. And since curse work is illegal, they’re all mobsters, or con artists. Except for Cassel. He hasn’t got the magic touch, so he’s an outsider, the straight kid in a crooked family. You just have to ignore one small detail — he killed his best friend, Lila, three years ago.

Ever since, Cassel has carefully built up a façade of normalcy, blending into the crowd. But his façade starts crumbling when he starts sleepwalking, propelled into the night by terrifying dreams about a white cat that wants to tell him something. He’s noticing other disturbing things, too, including the strange behavior of his two brothers. They are keeping secrets from him, caught up in a mysterious plot. As Cassel begins to suspect he’s part of a huge con game, he also wonders what really happened to Lila. Could she still be alive? To find that out, Cassel will have to out-con the conmen.”