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Monday, March 23, 2015

Quiz: Which John Green book are you?


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Click on the image of John Green books to take the Buzzfeed.com quiz and find out which John Green book you would be!


John Green himself took the quiz and got The Fault in Our Stars. Your RRHS Librarians took it, too! Mrs. Pavone got Let It Snow and Mrs. Taylor got Will Grayson, Will Grayson

Which book are you?


Movie Trailer for John Green's Paper Towns


Books 2 Movies: John Green's Paper Towns


Thursday, March 12, 2015

Makerspace Hot Wheels Challenge!


RRHS Makerspace has a challenge for students and faculty/staff!Using Hot Wheels Track Builder components and gravity, participants are challenged to create a track that will send their car through the speedometer at the exact speed required.  The Challenge is available to everyone in the Library before school and during lunches.  Come play and learn with us!

The Challenge:
Use gravity to hit 600!
Create a track that includes the loop and the curve.

Put the speedometer at the end of your track and, using only gravity, your car must hit 600 exactly.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Win Prizes through RR 101: Education For Life


Attend College and Career events sanctioned by RRHS and be entered to win some awesome prizes through the Library annual theme...Round Rock 101: Education for Life.

We will be giving away a tablet, power bricks and college/career book packages. To be entered to win, students must attend events that provide information about college or careers and be sure to sign in. Examples of this would be the A+ Federal Credit Union presentations, the RRISD College Fair or the Hour of Code.

Visit the Library to get more information.

Book Review: Out of The Easy by Ruta Sepetys

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A girl from New Orleans, living in the shadow of her mother's ragged reputation, is trying to find a better life for herself but constantly is getting dragged down by her mom. Her mother stopped playing her role as a caring mom when they moved to New Orleans, when she was taken under the business of Willie. Willie knew Josie's mom was just a service to her but saw something more in Josie, who needed to be more than just some meat for men. Josie aspired to get out of this world her mother had made so dark for her and go to college, make something of herself - go somewhere her mother's name wasn't known and make one for herself. With the backing of Willie, her closest friends, and the family she had made for herself, she was going to college. I would recommend this book, especially to those serving their senior year. Right now, we are all thinking about college, all wanting to make a better life for ourselves. This book gives us hope, that if we want something, we need to go out and get it. This book showed that any kid can make it to college, you just have to put yourself out there and go for the things you really want. Josie had no resources, no help from counselors, teachers or her parent. As students, we are lucky to have all the help we need to get ready for college. This book is inspiring to all students and is an amazing read. You would like this book if you like… Between Shades Of Gray by Ruta Sepetys

- Estrella, RRHS Student