The Prowler

Teacher and coach Peyton Dean recently read “InSideOut Coaching” by Joe Ehrmann. The book emphasizes a coach’s influential role in an athlete’s life.

Panther Reads

Cetera Plagmann, Staff Writer
December 6, 2020
Over the summer, guidance counselor Colleen Petty read “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delilah Owens. The book shows how abandonment and childhood trauma can have lasting effects in one’s life and relationships.

Panther Reads

Caroline Hubbard, News Editor
November 15, 2020
Math teacher and varsity girls’ soccer coach John Bowen is currently reading “Range” by David Eipstein. The text makes an argument against overspecialization.

Panther Reads

Charlie Goins, Staff Writer
November 4, 2020
“Girl in Pieces” by Kathleen Glasgow is a mental-health oriented novel depicting a teen struggling with self-harm and depression. A roller coaster of a plot, this book is recommended to anyone who loves a raw story.

Band-aids don’t fix everything

Abi Carter, Features Editor
October 20, 2020
“The Guardians” is a legal thriller about a man wrongfully convicted of murder. The novel encourages readers to fight for the truth in every situation.

Panther Reads

Cetera Plagmann, Staff Writer
October 18, 2020
“Sophie's Heart” follows an immigrant as she begins working for a widow’s family. She helps this family heal from their wife and mother’s death and find God’s grace once again.

Panther Reads

Cetera Plagmann, Staff Writer
October 4, 2020
Written by Tara Westover, the memoir “Educated” takes a look at Westover’s life as she navigates through getting a real education and finding her true self. Westover wrote the book as a way to cope with her childhood and the life decisions she made to climb her way up the education ladder.

Unusually ‘Educated’

Joslyn Weber, Staff Writer
September 27, 2020
“The Alchemist” offers an inspirational story for people of all ages to enjoy.

Panther Reads

Cetera Plagmann, Staff Writer
September 19, 2020
“P.S. I Miss You” follows Evie as she makes discoveries about her family, sexuality, and religion.

“P.S. I Miss You”

Cetera Plagmann, Staff Writer
September 14, 2020
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