Wolf Reads: The Great Gatsby

As I just joined the DP, I get to take part in the new English curriculum and that means I no longer have to analyse F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. Honestly, I feel a little bit jipped because of this – I was looking forward to having to analyse that story. So I decided…

Wolf Reads: East of Eden

So summer break has been and gone, which means I have had all the time in the world to read as many books and watch as many movies as humanly possible. I read a whole variety of things, but one of the books I strongly recommend is none other than the classic East of Eden…

Last Literary Lunch of the Year!!

HEY YALL!! This Thursday marks the last Literary Lunch of this year! Feel free to drop by at lunch time to discuss your favorite books amongst friends and food! Bring a novel and join fandoms! It starts at 12:25 PM and ends at 1:00 PM, but come in anytime you’re free. The library will be…

Wolf Reads #53

Here are this week’s recommendations! Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews “There’s a decent chance that I’m not even a human being.” Greg Gaines is the best at espionage, put him into a high school setting and there can be no one better than him. But then again, he only has…

Literary Lunch Tomorrow!

Y’all, Literary Lunch is happening tomorrow, and the books are beckoning! Drop by to read, eat and talk about your latest read, or most recommended novel! Join us in the library during lunchtime from 12:40 to 1:00. There will be lots of food and you’re welcome to bring your own snacks. The library will be…

Wolf Reads #50

This week, some unique love stories to fill your heart with warmth! The Sun is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon “The trouble with getting your hopes too far up is: it’s a long way down.” Natasha, a girl who only understands science and facts, and does not believe in destiny or even fate for…

Wolf Reads #49

Here are this week’s recommendations! (Yes, I know this post is a day late. DP is hard.)

Wolf Reads #48

This week, have a look at some books that you must read if you loved Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. Heartless by Marissa Meyer “It is a dangerous thing to unbelieve something only because it frightens you.” Catherine was one of the most beloved girls in Wonderland, especially by the King of Hearts. She has…