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Pride
by Ibi Zoboi


Pride by Ibi Zoboi is a pride and prejudice remix and when it meant remix It really meant remix.It was a mix of funny, cute and a lot of problematic.The main character Zuri is a girl from a town in Brooklyn called Bushwick, she lives in the hood but when this rich family moves across the street from them.She starts to notice that things are changing around her hood, her family, her neighborhood and her people.Due to the changes that she's facing she doesn't take it well and doesn't seem pleased when her sister starts to interact with one of the brothers across the street in their fancy house.While zuri is afraid of change within her hood and sister with this new rich boy little did she know she was the one who was gonna change most of all.While this book was enjoyable the characters where really judgmental like how people now and that's what I loved most about this book the realness to it and the emotion.
 
 


7/22 Program Assistant

It was actually 2 hours and 45 minutes. 5:00 - 7:45
 
 


Craft Hope: Handmade Crafts for a Cause
by Jade Sims


Was a nice book showing us some crafts we can make and that can be quite useful for other people. This book is nice if you want to make some crafts at home for your community and people. I recommend it to all who wish to do the following!
 
 


Creative Image Transfer—Any Artist, Any Style, Any Surface: 16 New Mixed-Media Projects Using TAP Transfer Artist Paper
by Lesley Riley


Decent Book mainly talking about the benefits and how to use this prosses called Transfer Artist Paper (TAP) That's all!
 
 


The World's Easiest Astronomy Book
by Hitoshi Nakagawa


I say this book is a must-read for all readers, at least some point in their lives. It made me learn more about space, earth, astronomy, and things of that subject. This book had also taught me many scientific theories as well as information on rockets. Overall, I believe this book is a must-read for everyone. 5/5!!!
 
 


Daisy Jones And The Six
by Taylor Jenkins Reid


After reading The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, by the same author, I had high hopes for this book. It was everything I expected it to be from the complex main character to the hidden romances. All the characters had their own unique personalities with both flaws and strengths. It was a constant page-turner as I always wanted to know what Daisy Jones or Billy were going to do next and how the band was going to grow. I was also a big fan of the way the book was written- like a conversation between the bandmates in which they reflected on their journey together. When reading the book, I often forgot that Daisy Jones and The Six is not a real band!
 
 


Alexander: The Boy Soldier Who Conquered the World
by Simon Adams


A nice informal book about the world-famous Alexander the Great. I really enjoyed learning about this guy with this book! I felt like I have gotten smarter in my world history and culture as the book vividly describes it well! I recommend this book to all biography lovers! 5/5!
 
 


Poems On A Red Oak Branch
by New Jersey Poetry Society Anthology 2005


I loved how this book displayed poems from people of our own state. I liked the work the poets did and thought it was a creative idea. I think this book can be for any age range after reading it. It was a nice way to spend your time. 5/5!
 
 


Poems On A Red Oak Branch
by New Jersey Poetry Society Anthology 2005


I loved how this book displayed poems from people of our own state. I liked the work the poets did and thought it was a creative idea. I think this book can be for any age range after reading it. It was a nice way to spend your time.
 
 


No Real Light
by Joe Wenderoth


This book of poems was an excellent book. I would recommend it just for any teen or adult. It's one of does books where can get a moment and enjoy life as well as poetry! Overall 5/5!
 
 
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