Impostors by Scott Westerfeld

Impostors by Scott Westerfeld begins a new series based in the same universe as his most popular work: The Uglies series. Where Uglies begins in a seemingly idyllic setting, Impostors takes place after the wool has been removed from the eyes. There are precarious peace treaties in motion, and a growing rebellion against those in power.


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Black Friday: 11/23/2018

The day after Thanksgiving has become a major shopping event in America, with deals and discounts at all your favorite stores. At Eisenhower we offer unbeatable values every day of the year but we’re ratcheting the saving up for Black …


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Eighth Grade

Stand-up comedian Bo Burnham steps off the stage and behind the camera with his writing/directing debut, an unsentimental, non-glamorized look at what it means to be a 13-year-old today.


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Speak Easy Speak Love by McKelle George

If you've ever wished you'd been born in time to get the secret password and sneak into a speakeasy; if you love Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing; if you wish you'd seen the Spirit of St Louis take off and head for France, this is your book.


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Sea Witch by Sarah Henning

Sarah Henning’s debut novel, Sea Witch, is different from most fairy tale inspired young adult novels. It’s a unique telling of an origin story of the Sea Witch from Hans Christian Andersen’s classic fairy tale The Little Mermaid.


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My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick

Samantha lives a seemingly perfect life. She’s a beautiful teenage girl, lives in a big house, and gets good grades. But family life at home is lacking, to say the least. Samantha only has her mother, an always busy state senator, and older sister. For years, Samantha has watched the Garretts next door; the loud, messy, family with way too many kids that her mother can’t stand. But Sam loves seeing how close the family is, and daydreams about being one of them.


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Six Books for Fans of A List of Cages

If you're a student at Ridgewood, I know you had to read A List of Cages as your summer reading book. Since it was required, you probably hated it. But if you didn't, if instead you though it was pretty good, maybe even great, here's a list of six book you might also like.


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Stay Sweet by Siobhan Vivian

Meade Creamery is a summer tradition, an ice cream stand started during World War II. Molly Meade made the treat and, since its beginning, it’s been a sisterhood, run by an all-girl staff.


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Read the Book Before it Becomes a Movie

We all know the book is almost always better than the movie. So why not read these YA books that have movie adaptations coming out soon? What better way is there to build your book snob reputation?


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