Vines and Threads: A Review of Leviathan

We sped past the pine trees, leaving only exhaust in our wake. The wooded area by the highway was lush and green, but I recognized a plant that should not have been there. The kudzu vine is invasive in my area; you see it everywhere. How could we contain it? I frowned, gazing at a…

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Top Three Books: March 2019

With the trees budding outside and the flowers in our yard beginning to bloom, this month has been a time of new beginnings—both for nature and for my bookshelf. Here are some of March’s most fascinating books: Goose Girl, by Shannon Hale Anidori-Kiladri Talianna Isilee, or, for the ease of anyone wishes to speak her…

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Top Three Books: February 2019

For many, February is the perfect opportunity to find love, or at least heart-shaped chocolates. However, I prefer to think of February as a month to find books that I’ll love. Here are some of this month’s best: Angels and Demons, by Dan Brown Professor Robert Langdon is a religious symbology teacher at Harvard College.…

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Top Three Books: December 2018

The end of December is already here, and the new year is beckoning—but what to read? These books will end your year with a bang! Graceling, by Kristin CashoreKatsa’s Grace, or extreme skill, is killing, and she hates it. Thanks to her Grace, the king is using her as a threat to extort his enemies.…

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