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By: Tom Malinowski, Middle School Librarian

When you take a test, do you keep a lucky quarter in your pocket? Do you avoid stepping on cracks in the sidewalk? Back luck happens in threes right? Wikipedia defines superstition as any belief or practice that is considered irrational or supernatural: for example, if it arises from ignorance, a misunderstanding of science or causality,

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Torpedoed by Deborah Heiligman

Book cover of Torpedoed

“From award-winning author Deborah Heiligman comes Torpedoed, a true account of the attack and sinking of the passenger ship SS City of Benares, which was evacuating children from England during WWII. Amid the constant rain of German bombs and the escalating violence of World War II, British parents by the thousands chose to send their

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YOU make the library feel loved!

By: Tom Malinowski, Middle School Librarian

According to at least one website that I have visited recently, more Americans visited the library than other venues such as the movies, a sport event, and even concerts or national parks. That makes me extremely happy! I can’t make someone come to the library if they don’t want to, but I sure can remind

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Middle School Marvels

By: Isha, 8th grader at Glen Crest Middle School

What are you looking forward to this school year? Our school musical, Aladdin. I love helping out backstage and I can’t wait to get started! What would a holiday named after you be called? The Day of Isha. People would celebrate it by eating lots of desserts. What mythological pet would you love to have?

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To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

By: Mary I., 8th grader at Hadley Middle School

I liked To Kill A Mockingbird because it was about staying true to what you think is right. This book was about a prominent Southern lawyer, Atticus, fighting for justice for a falsely-accused man in the 1960s. This put his career in jeopardy, but he knew it was the right thing to do. The book

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