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“Vile Victorians” Book Review

Vile Victorians From the series “Horrible History”By Terry DearyA book review by Boongirl If you are having a hard time feeling grateful this holiday season, then this book is for you! It lets you travel back in time to the Victorian Era. You will see all of the hardships that Victorians had to endure. You will learn what it was…

“This Promise Of Change” Book Review

This Promise Of Change, by Jo Ann Allen Boyce and Debbie Levy, is a true story about an African-American girl’s fight for school equality. When the story begins in 1956, Jo Ann Allen is attending a high school that is an hour away from where she lives. There is only one high school in her town and it is for…

692 Villain Cliches to Avoid in Your Story

Number 1: Don't make them say there are 692 of something when there are really just 13 Little Timmy is about to face down Dr. Despicable because he is evil. The audience knows that Despicable is bad and has to be taken down because He eats kittens. He’s willing to do anything to get to his goal, even kill. He…

Zelda: Rated E, for Everyone

Zelda Breath of the Wild is a very popular game. It has earned a 5-star review on Amazon, the game of the year award, and four other awards. I am one of the many people who like, play, and appreciate the game. Some of you maybe don’t know what the game is. I am here to tell you that Zelda…

“The Curtain Rises”

Welcome to the new Grayson Globe literary section, featuring short stories and poetry from Globe staff and others. Intrested in having your story featured? Email your 2-page max story to globe@thegraysonschool.org. It is a blissful feeling.The curtain rises.I stand – in center – saying a world of words,“Welcome to a land of witches and wizards, of light and dark, of…

My Completely Crazy Theory for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

by Tristin Hurst I’m just letting you know that this article will not hold back from spoiling nearly everything about Fantastic Beasts as well as key points from the books of Harry Potter. So if you’re not up to date, I would recommend you get up to date before reading this article. The new Fantastic Beasts movie sparked a whole lot…

Book Review: Trials of Apollo Series by Rick Riordan

I’m sure that, by this point, everyone already knows Rick Riordan. But if you don’t, let me introduce you to him. Rick Riordan (Pronounced “Ry-or-den”) is the successful author of five popular series, all of them based on mythologies. First, there is Percy Jackson and the Olympians, his most popular series based on Greek mythology. Percy Jackson, sometimes referred to as…

Once on This Island Broadway Revival

Once on This Island tells the story of a divided island and how a young girl faces terrible storms, racial bias, and death. The musical is an adaptation of a novel (My Love, My Love) adapted from Han Christian Anderson’s The Little Mermaid. A young girl, Ti Moune, falls in love with a boy from the other side of the…

Why Black Panther is the Best Superhero Movie of All Time

by Tristin Hurst The new Marvel Superhero Movie Black Panther came out on February 16th. In this article I will  be discussing key points, themes, and much more that came up in Black Panther. It makes sense that Black Panther during Black History Month since this is Marvel’s first African American Superhero movie. But I can’t help but notice that…

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