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The Book Anytown is Raving About

Five of the best student writers attending Anytown High School are now published authors. Their stories appear in the hot new paperback, Thirty Minutes West of Albany, the first title ever published by Panther Press, the student-managed publishing company of Anytown High School. Click on "more" for a complete description of this wonderful project.


This Week's Featured Story

The two stories of the Anytown Free Library’s elegant brownstone edifice sit regally on the city’s busiest corner at Church Street and Route 5. Above the building’s handsome double oak door entrance, an ornate plaster scroll invitingly proclaims “Open to all.” I loved coming to this place. It was my escape from reality. But that Thursday morning, when I was the one who found the dead body of Mrs. Christine Gagne lying in the aisle of the American History section I knew my favorite place would never be the same again.

Gianna Romano
Gianna Romano

This Week's Featured Author

Gianna Romano - Author of Murder at the Anytown Library

A Sophomore at Anytown High School, Gianna is a student in John Rodgers’ English Literature class. She has been reading one book a week since she was six years old when her Mom offered to give her a dollar every week if she could keep the streak going, Gianna's book-reading streak is now at 572 weeks. In this week’s featured author interview, Gianna explains how she got the idea for Murder at the Anytown Library.


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