Book Review: The Roar

Here is the first book review we have had in a while! It comes to us from Elizabeth. Here's what she has to say:

The Roar

When Ellie Smith gets kidnapped by the government, everyone thinks she is dead. Her twin brother, Mika, thinks she is not. He decides to try to find Ellie.

I don't think very many people know about this book, but if only they did! It's great! It has a very interesting storyline and a good dystopian society, so you might like it if you liked The Hunger Games trilogy. The author uses awesome writing techniques; her descriptions are incredible. .Everyone should read The Roar!


Wednesday Comic Corner

Fun with Books
Although we may not be able to do this in the library, one can't help but want to replicate these examples of biblio-awesomeness.
Barnes and Noble takes not judging a book by its cover to a whole new level.

This is the entrance to a bookstore in Lyon, France.

An origami display in a bookstore.
Alas, all the good bookstores appear to be in Europe. This one is in Brussels.