February 18, 2010


by Catherine Fisher
YA SciFi Fisher C
375 p. 2009 SciFi
Grade: A-

Incarceron is truly a phenomenal book! Revolved around the ability of one mystic key and one everlasting prison, our protagonist: Finn, struggles against the powers of Incarceron, itself. If you're a fan of action and pure adventure, than Incarceron is the book for you! Filled with popping detail and intense suspense building at every corner, don't miss one moment of this lively tale!

reviewed by TAB member Patrick L.

February 10, 2010

Star Trek

Star Trek (2009)
Grade: A

I think that this was one of the best sci-fi movies of 2009. The special effects were done really making them look realistic. This movie features a good mix of action and character development. It includes some very funny moments in certain scenes. Fans of the original will like this movie a lot.

reviewed by TAB member Katy D.

February 3, 2010

Free New Moon movie poster!

The Library is retiring its copy of the New Moon movie poster, and I'd like to give it to one of you do to with as you wish. Leave a comment below telling me your favorite book of the past decade, and you could be the proud new owner of the poster!

What was my favorite book of the decade? Surprisingly, it's not Twilight! I have coupons for free Chick-fil-A food to anyone who can guess what my favorite book actually was.

February 2, 2010

Dead is the New Black

by Marlene Perez
YA Horror Perez M
190 pages 2008 Supernatural
Grade: B

Dead is the New Black starts out really good. It's one of those books that once you start reading you can't stop. It has everything. Romance, mystery, just overall a good book.

reviewed by teen patron Jade R.

Carter Finally Gets It

by Brent Crawford
YA Crawford B
300 pages 2009 Humorous
Grade: A

Carter Finally Gets It was totally hilarious! I would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes to laugh.

reviewed by Library page Elizabeth F.