It’s FINALLY here…the world premier of the LAST installment of the movie Mockingjay, the final Hunger Games book in the trilogy by Suzanne Collins! Eeeek, so exciting!!! The Hunger Games series has been one of our most popular book series in the library for the past few years so if you have not read them yet swing by and pick up a copy…you will not be disappointed!
If you are a true Hunger Games fan you totally need to get a Hunger Name! Ours were Dill Codswaddle (aka Ms. Fleck) who was killed by exposure, Meeka Hedgecutter (aka Ms. Raymond) who was killed by night terrors, and Huggle Nibbledeen (aka Mr. Tyler) who was killed by sticks and stones breaking his bones …our fates could have been worse I think (at least we were not devoured by a horrible wolf mutation!)
Get your Hunger Name and fate HERE and may the odds be ever in your favor!!!
“The mountains were there and so was I.” – Maurice Herzog
Today we celebrate Take a Hike Day! Hikes are distinguished from walks, in that they are taken in the woods, hills, mountains, or somewhere else in a nature setting (this holiday is so easy for PRHS to celebrate because we are surrounded by beautiful wilderness)! Hikes are not only wonderful for exercise but they are also perfect for relaxation of the mind and soul. Looking for some local NH hikes? Check out the NATURE page on the Literary Magazine website!
Check this video out! This time-lapse footage was taken over a twelve month time span with a remote wildlife camera in Banff National park in Canada!