“Lost” best seller book? I don’t think so

By Stephanie Caputo, Staff Writer

I have recently read the book Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. It was an amazing book. I loved the action, suspense, romance, and everything else the book had to offer.

Wanting to read more into the series, I checked out our school library to see if they had the second book, Catching Fire. The Librarian that helped me checked on her computer.

The first news was great; our library owns two copies of the book. Then came the bad news: they were both lost.

It doesn’t take too big of brains to know that someone hadn’t actually lost them. What it means is that another fan of the book took it from the library.

I think this is selfish because it deprives other students from getting to read it, and rude because it is stealing school property.

In short, do not take books from the library. They are there for everyone to share.

And please return it or “find” it so that everyone can enjoy it, thanks.