I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson

Are you looking for a new YA read but have read all of John Green’s and David Levithan’s books?  You should check out Jandy Nelson!  I’ll Give You the Sun follows two siblings, twins Jude and Noah.  Once inseparable, there is a rift between the twins who could once read each other’s thoughts.  Noah, who once […]

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Love & Mercy

 This biopic follows Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys through two difficult time periods of his life – the 1960s and the 1980s. 1960s Brian is played by Paul Dano and focuses on his mental health issues, struggles with his father, and crafting a musical masterpiece. 1980s Brian (played by John Cusack) is depressed, over […]

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Testing and Education Reference Center – TERC

We would like to introduce you to our newest database: Testing and Education Reference Center, also known as TERC. You will find over 300 practice tests and courses for High School, College, Grad School and Career Tools. What you will find when you explore TERC: High School study prep guides include: GED, HiSET, Independent and […]

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“The Marriage of Opposites” by Alice Hoffman

Alice Hoffman, a bestselling author, has written yet another fascinating historical fiction about Rachel Pomie, mother of Camille Pissarro, famous artist known has the father of the impressionism movement. Hoffman tells the fascinating story of Rachel’s life from childhood through her adulthood on St. Thomas Island, from a young girl dreaming of Paris, to an […]

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Orphan Black

 Imagine standing on a train platform late at night, there’s one other person standing nearby but facing the other direction. The train is coming. The other person turns and looks at you right before they step in front of the train, killing themselves. If that’s not shocking enough, the person looked JUST like you. This […]

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