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Getting Graphic

Most books are words, words, words, with, perhaps, an occasional illustration. When was the last time you looked at a book in which the illustrations were equally important as the words?

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The Tiny World of Willard Wigan

Willard Wigan is a micro sculptor, and his pieces are so small, they can’t be seen with the naked eye. Many of them are only three times the size of a single blood cell.

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Glad to Have Glee

Ryan Murphy’s hit musical comedy and drama, Glee, returned to the air April 13 for its second season.

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Field Trip to Broadway!

Twenty students from English teacher Suzanne Hannay’s senior classes travelled to New York City to see the Broadway play A View from the Bridge.

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Lark and Termite by Jane Anne Phillips

“Phillips divides her narrative into four different parts, employing multiple perspectives of different characters to create overlap and to enrich the plot…”

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The Situation

In the past few years, reality TV shows have shown up all over television, flooding networks like Bravo and MTV. Recently added to the reality mix is The Jersey Shore, a show featuring overly-bronzed Italian-American men and their scantily clad female counterparts, which has reached an even higher level of mass appeal than its competitors.

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