Tiger’s Curse

I recommend the book Tiger’s Curse. The book is about a girl named Kelsey. She is going to work at a circus to “tiger sit” a white tiger named Bihren or Ren for short. Kelsey finds out that Ren is actually a man with a curse put on him. So, Kelsey and Ren set out…
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The Outsiders

The Outsiders was written by S. E. Hinton at the age of sixteen. Considered to be a genre changing book, The Outsiders chronicles the transformation of Ponyboy Curtis and his understanding of society’s idea of what it means to be a Greaser. Greasers are “the rough, tough, long-haired boys from the ‘other’ side of town.…
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The LEGO Book

Do you think that Legos are just for kids? Well, maybe you should think again. Naturally, The Lego book is one of the best examples of what you can do with Legos. Take page 217 for example. The model of the famous Allianz Arena is 16.5 ft. long and 3.3 ft. high – and it’s…
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Black God

Kurokami or Black God is a book about a girl, a Mototsumitama princess of the Shishigami clan, who is trying to restore the tera flow to the world. To do that she has to defeat her brother Reishen who has corrupted her clan. But she does not have the strength to do it. One day…
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Everything, Everything

A girl name Madeline has lived in her house all her life. She has a special disease that makes her allergic to almost everything. And if she comes in contact with any of her triggers she will become very sick. She lives with her nurse Carla and her mother Pauline. A couple days after her…
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Prodigy

The first book out of a three book trilogy, Prodigy is an amazing book full of thrill, romance, suspense, and betrayal. A soldier from the Republic, who was once loyal to her government, helps the most wanted criminal escape his hanging and ends up falling. This criminal's name is Day. A kid who grew up…
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Makerspace Club

Build, tinker, innovate, play, fail, and succeed at our Makerspace Club! St. Louis Public Library has many different tools for teens to be a maker. We believe in the power of building and innovating through play. Our Makerspace Club provides a social environment where teens can experiment with hands on, tech infused projects that help…
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Staff Pick: How They Croaked: The Awful Ends of the Awfully Famous

This is the stuff that’s too gross for your history book! The bloody, messy (and extremely funny) real-life details of exactly how many historical people died.  Find out why you should be really, really grateful for the invention of the X-Ray and other medical advances, not to mention who might have exploded in their (not…
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Maze Runner

Recently I finished reading a book called Maze Runner which was so enjoyable that it made me recommend it to at least twenty other people. The only problem was that this book was so popular that most of those people that I recommended it to already knew about it. The Maze Runner is a science…
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Tales of the Peculiar

Are you a fan of the Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children series?  How about the recent movie adaptation?  If so, Tales of the Peculiar should be right up your alley!  It is a compilation of short (peculiar) stories put together by the character, Millard Nullings.  It even includes the origin of the peculiar like Miss…
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