We received so many wonderful entries for our It Seemed Impossible writing contest! We were overwhelmed and thrilled with the excellent writing. The stories were interesting and clever, and we truly congratulate all the young writers on their compositions.
The winners of the It Seemed Impossible writing contest are:
First Place: Alexandria Martin from Linden Meadows School
Second Place: Anthony Zuniga from Marion School
Third Place: Rebecca Adams from Montrose School
Honourable Mention: Kaiden Cancilla from ecole St. Germain
Please join us for our awards evening on Thursday, May 1st at 7:00 in the Atrium. The winners will read their stories, and you will be able to meet our special guest judge Larry Verstraete, author of Life or Death: Surviving the Impossible.Categories: Site News, Winnipeg
This book is amazing! Dorothy Must Die is full of adventure, magic, evil and good! But up is down and down is up, the good are wicked and the wicked are good, and nobody can be trusted. Dorothy is corrupt and Oz is dying. All the magic is disappearing, all hope is fading away... until Amy Gumm arrives.
This story is about a girl named Amy Gumm. In the real world she is a nobody, until she is whisked away to the magical land of Oz. The fairy tale Oz is gone. It is now full of massive craters, and the magic is slowly disappearing. Stolen. By wicked people. But who is wicked? Amy must save Oz. She might be their last hope.
One mission. One goal. One objective.
Dorothy Must Die.
-Emma, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up
Caggie never wanted to be known as a hero, but she has become known as one after she supposedly stopped a classmate from jumping off the roof. Just a few months before this incident, she lost her own younger sister. Now, all Caggie wants is to be left alone, but when a mysterious boy named Astor shows up, she begins to open up. Soon Caggie realizes that Astor's past may be even darker than hers.
The Edge of Falling definitely kept me on the edge of my seat wondering what would happen next, but I didn't find myself loving the book as much as I hoped I would. The book felt a bit too slow at times, and I found myself dozing off at times. I think fans of Pretty Little Liars would enjoy a mystery like this. Overall, this was an interesting book and I couldn't put it down at times.
-Ghazal, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up
Happy Easter for those who celebrate it, and for all the rest -- happy long weekend!
Our holiday hours are:
> Friday, April 18th: CLOSED
> Saturday, April 19th: 9 am - 11 pm (normal hours)
> Sunday, April 20th: CLOSED
Our normal hours will resume on Monday the 21st.Categories: Store News, Saskatoon, Winnipeg
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