My take on Wade Watts’ hideout in Ready Player One.
Manga Club is back for the school year, and we’ve moved to Mondays due to popular request!
Our first meeting is on Monday, Sept. 15th from 3:30-5:30pm in the meeting room.
We’ll watch Sailor Moon Crystal, discuss our favorite manga, and decide what to do for the rest of the year.
Anyone 13+ is welcome and new members are encouraged.
Fiction Friday! To celebrate the new school year, we decided to round up some of our favorite books prominently featuring schools. For more reads with schools, teachers, and homework assignments (both good and bad), check out our display in the teen section.
Sleeping Freshman Never Lie ~by David Lubar: Scott decides to write a high school survival guide for his soon-to-be-born sibling, but he also has no idea how to navigate high school and really just wants to sleep most of the time.
Alanna: The First Adventure ~by Tamora Pierce: Turns out, some classes in knight school are very similar to those in public school. But at least you get to use swords, deal with a magical cat, and hide your gender at knight school.
Roomies ~by Sara Zarr and Tara Altebrando: OK, so this book takes place before school starts, but learning about your college roommate is just as important as actually taking classes, so we’re counting it.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone ~by J. K. Rowling: We thought about keeping this book off the list—for about five seconds. Seriously, we all want to attend Hogwarts.
this book is beautiful inside and out
so so so beautiful <3
OMG. I joked to my doctor that I needed a prescription for reading and she gave me this.
i need a hug
We can’t travel (our building has yet to have grown legs) but we can send you a man rescuing a kitten to make you feel better:
Join our next session of DnD Encounters!
We’ll meet Saturday, Sept. 6th in the meeting room from 2 to 4:30pm.
No experience in playing Dungeons and Dragons is necessary and no registration is required. We always welcome new members to the group, so bring your friends.