Reader, Beware…You’re in for a Scare! ~R.L. Stine

Derek Anderson Teens

Apologies to the Goosebumps fans who got super excited from the title alone, but this post has nothing to do with R.L. Stine. 😛 It’s October! You’re in for two evenings of the scariest shows and movies that’ll surely leave you feeling ghostly satisfied. Hosted by your fellow horror fan, here’s two events of the month! Tuesday, October 14th: Horror Anime Night …

Have You Read The Giver Yet?

Derek Anderson Teens

Another book made it to the big screen, and it’s not just any book. It’s Newbury Medal award-winning novel The Giver by Lois Lowry! The entire quartet is available here in the Teen Dept. You can find the first book (The Giver) on the Reading List shelves, and the final three books (listed in order: Gathering Blue, Messenger, and Son) on the regular book …

New Book Series Coming to Theaters in 2015!

Derek Anderson Teens

As Hunger Games, Divergent, and Maze Runner continue with their sequels, another popular series will make its debut next year! If you haven’t read the Fallen series by Lauren Kate, be one of the first to complete the series before it appears on the big screen! Click here to view its cast and movie details. You can find the entire tetralogy (Fallen, Torment, …

Hunter x Hunter (2011) Ends Soon!

Derek Anderson Teens

This review is spoiler-free. Aired: Oct. 2, 2011 to Sep. 24, 2014 Producers: Madhouse, VAP Episodes: 148 Genre: Action, Adventure, Shounen, Super Power A Hunter is one who travels the world doing all sorts of dangerous tasks. From capturing criminals to searching deep within uncharted lands for any lost treasures. Gon is a young boy whose father disappeared long ago, …

Writing Group

Daniel Tackett Teens

Come to writing group. It’ll be awesome.  

homework help, teen, high school

Anime Night

Daniel Tackett Teens

Come and watch awesome anime while eating Japanese snacks!! See, isn’t this an awesome picture of a hand??

Test Teen Post 1

Daniel Tackett Teens

“No, no,” replied Fix; “I shall stop at Hong Kong—at least for some days.” “Hum!” said Passepartout, who seemed for an instant perplexed. “But how is it I have not seen you on board since we left Calcutta?” “Oh, a trifle of sea-sickness—I’ve been staying in my berth. The Gulf of Bengal does not agree with me as well as …