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Girls Gone SciFi Authors came to PHS March 20, 2015

Girls Gone SciFi Authors (from left to right):  Jessica Brody, Claudia Gray, Jessica Khoury and Melissa Landers

On Friday, March 20, we hosted 4 young adult science fiction authors.  They spoke to classes 4th period and then met with any interested students and staff in Titan Center at lunch.  In anticipation of their visit the library will hosted two contests: an online daily trivia contest and a coloring contest.  For more information about the authors see the web page Girls Gone SciFi (created and maintained by senior Shannon Shaffer).

Mitchell Sturhann and Stephanie Diaz 11/14/14




Melissa de la Cruz 4/15/14

About the Author:

Melissa de la Cruz

Melissa de la Cruz grew up in Manila, Philippines and moved to San Francisco with her family in 1985.  She graduated high school salutatorian from The Convent of the Sacred Heart. Ms de la Cruz went to Columbia University and graduated with a B.A. with majors  in art history and English (and minors in nightclubs and shopping!)

She has worked as a computer programmer, a journalist and fashion/beauty editor. She published her first article when she was 25. She has numerous NY Times bestsellers, both written for adults and young adults. 

Her young adult novels include:

  • The Au Pairs series
  • The Blue Bloods series
  • The Wolf Pact series
  • The Ashleys series
  • Frozen (1st in Heart of Dread series)
  • The Ring and the Crown (coming 4/1)

All of the information above was taken from The Official Website of Author, Melissa de la Cruz.  To find more about her visit it at

Sara Farizan 10/25/13

If You Could Be Mine.

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Kiersten White 4/4/13

Author Visit 2013

Learn More About the Author:

Kiersten White's Blog
Kiersten White Interview about Mind Games from Book Blogging
Kiersten White Interview from Swoontini (3/7/2012)
Wouldn't You Like to Know Kiersten White VOYA Interview  (3/21/2012)
Kiersten White Paranormalcy YouTube Interview (7/20/2010)

Mary E. Pearson 3/29/12



More Butterflies:

These were displayed on the walls of the library for the Mary E. Pearson visit.  Now they are inspirations on display in the author's office.