Potato and Pasta Bar at the Creations booth! Pizza, Chinese, grill items such as burgers & chicken strips, deli sandwiches and, of course, burritos!
Purchase a large bag of popcorn for $1.00 and get an opportunity to win a free movie ticket valued at $10! Where? Colt Court next to the Career Center during 4th and 5th period lunch only.
There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in joining the swim team. Pick up your paperwork and meet the swim coaches today after school in Room 75.
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Servant: The Acceptance by L. L. Foster
Paperback: 304 pages
By Jessica Stewart, Courier Editor-in-Chief
Publisher: Jove (August 26, 2008)
“Like oil spilled in a dirty gutter, it all came back to the surface: her duty, and Luther’s inability to ever grasp or accept it. He was a damn cop, and given half a chance he’d arrest her, see her prosecuted, and stand by while unknowing normal people saw her locked away.”
In her sequel to Servant: The Awakening
, Lori Foster continues the story of Gabrielle Cody, who must learn to accept not only herself, but her new friends. I really enjoyed reading this book. I loved the characters and the plot was creative. My only complaint is that I had to go running for my dictionary quite a few times to look up some of the words, which I initially though were spelling errors because I had never read or heard them before. Everything else was absolutely fantastic, and I cannot wait for the next one in the series.
Posted by courier at 09:46 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
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Circle of Three: Second Sight by Isobel Bird
Reading level: Young Adult
By Brandie Moore, Courier Books Editor
Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: HarperTeen (February 6, 2001)
"She couldn't breathe. Something was in her mouth. A rag. It tasted of dirt and oil and something else she couldn't place, like overly sweet cough syrup. Her head hurt, and a lingering chemical scent filled her nose as she tried to pull air into her lungs. She attempted to spit out the rag, but it was held there with something that wound tightly around her head. When she tried to bring her hands to her face, she found that they too, were bound. Tape, she thought, a dim recognition flashing briefly through the haze that engulfed her mind. It's tape.”
Book three of Isobel Bird's Circle of Three
novel series is seen though Cooper's eyes. Now, instead of reading all about Kate, we get to see more to what Cooper brings to the story.
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