In the halls: favorite book?

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 Bryce

Deltora Quest, Emily Rodda

“It’s my favorite book because there’s … a lot of action. Also, it is fantasy and that’s really the only thing I like to read.”

Bryce Schriber, junior

 Charlie

The Autobiography of Michael Jordan, Michael Jordan

“He’s a person I look up to.”

Charlie Engleman, freshman

 Coulson

A Short History of Nearly Everything, Bill Bryson

“It’s a wonderful amalgamation of history, science and wit.”

Coulson Richards, sophomore

 Jake

A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin

“Because dragons are cool.”

Jake Burns, freshman

 Sarah

If I Stay, Gayle Foreman

“It evoked a lot of emotion and kept me interested the whole time. [Foreman] did a good job at keeping attention until the last page.”

Sarah Gauthier, freshman

 Taylor

Moon over Buffalo, King Ludwig

“It’s super funny. All the characters are very well done and it has a happy ending.”

Taylor Zorteau, junior

 Trayc

The Stand, Stephen King

“It’s a great story of good versus evil. He wrote one of the best antagonists in Randall Flagg.”

Trayc Patchin, sophomore

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