Sobbing was all that could be heard throughout Seymour Cinemas as students watch the twisted love story of two cancer-stricken teens. Eighty-five of Woodland’s students and teachers experienced the humor and tragedy of a modern day Romeo and Juliet tale, The Fault in our Stars. The movie, based on the John Green novel of the
In the words of Hazel Lancaster, the main character of The Fault in Our Stars, cancer books suck. And I have to agree with that. No matter how amazing a book is, the minute the word cancer comes up it automatically sucks. That’s why the #1 New York Times bestseller The Fault in Our Stars
The Look for the Good Project Press Release:: “What makes you grateful? That was the question Anne Kubitsky proposed with the distribution of 500 invitational postcards in her local community in 2011. Back then, Kubitsky’s idea was more of a simple experiment. Today, Anne Kubitsky is the author and illustrator of the The Lookf for the Good
Les Miserables Review By Makenzie White From a book to a musical to a movie Les Miserables has come a long way. The well-known book, Les Miserables, was written by French author, Victor Hugo and published in 1862. It wasn’t long before this book was claimed one of the great novels of the 19th century
On Wednesday, March 29th One Region, One Book will be wrapping up the book The Things They Carried with a final discussion of the novel with special guest veterans in the WRHS library at 2:15 PM.
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Yes, we’re blogging now! Be sure to watch the 6:00 news on WVIT (Connecticut’s NBC affiliate) tonight (Wednesday)! Region 16’s One Region, One Book is going to be featured in a story.
WRHS Book Club will be reading Ned Vizzini’s 2006 novel, It’s Kind of a Funny Story, during the month of October. In a nutshell, the book is about a teenager, Craig, who succumbs to the pressures of his prestigious prep school, and winds up in a psychiatric hospital for a week. While there, he encounters
The Woodland Regional High School Book Club will hold its first meeting on September 30th in room 212 at 2:15 P.M. All students are welcomed and encouraged to attend. If you have any questions, see Mr. Geary or Mrs.Kilcourse. Photo Credit: http://tnrdlibrary.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/book-club-book.jpg
So … this is our next Book Club selection – Stieg Larsson’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Were trying something different for this book selection – instead of reading it and then having a book club discussion, we’re going to try to have our discussions online, via the Book Club Blog. I have not
Join the Book Club and participate in reading In the Woods by Tana French during their next meeting on Thursday.
Woodland students and faculty may have been wondering why there is such a large box outside of the media center. Well, that box is a big part of Sarah Rocks’ senior project. Rocks has organized a book drive as her project. Anyone that has books that they do not want anymore are welcome to put them