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Staff Picks for March is Reading Month

Staff Picks for March is Reading Month

Jessie Bright, Writer

March 21, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

As the month of February comes to a close, March is Reading Month festivities begin. See below for some of the InPrint staff’s top picks. ...

Reading “classic” novels is necessary in high school

Reading “classic” novels is necessary in high school

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor

December 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Opinion Showcase, Showcase

Whether a reader is 16 or 76, reading a piece for the first time or the fifth time, “classic” pieces of literature appeal to all types and groups of people. Although many students groan when they hear the words “Romeo and Juliet,” the importance of reading and teaching “classics” in high...

Ten reads for over the summer

Ten reads for over the summer

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor in Chief

July 2, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Each Fenton InPrint staff member chose one of their personal favorite books and as a staff, we have compiled our top 10 favorites. Click on the book title for the link to buy it. Between Shades of Gray- by Ruta Sepetys  The Fifth Wave- Rick Yancey A Court of Thrones and Roses (series)- Sarah J. Maas The Art of Racing in the Rain- Garth Stein Girl Made Of Stars- Ashley Herring Blake  Looking for Alaska- John Green Things We Kno...

John Green releases new book after five years of waiting

John Green releases new book after five years of waiting

Lily Tiong, Writer

November 29, 2017


Filed under Art Showcase, Arts & Entertainment

“Turtles All the Way Down” by John Green is the first novel to be published since he wrote “The Fault in Our Stars” five years ago in January of 2012. Written through 16 year old Aza Holmesy’s perspective, Green’s audience will see her constant struggle with anxiety and the thoughts consuming...

Banned Books Week awareness is mentioned in literature classrooms

Banned Books Week awareness is mentioned in literature classrooms

Jillian Ferry, Assistant Online Editor in Chief

September 29, 2017


Filed under News

Libraries and schools across the country come together for one week at the end of September to celebrate books, more specifically banned books. Banned Books Week began in 1982 and for 35 years, it has been the celebration of banned books and the freedom to read them due to the First Amendment. “Banned...