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Maryland Black-Eyed Susan nominees are released

A photo of the Black Eyed Susan voting party at WCHS.

By Andrew Chan, Sports Editor

May 17, 2019

Typically, students have to search long and hard just to find a decent book. But imagine if there was a list with the best books of the year specifically tailored for high schoolers. Such a list exists, and it is called the Black Eyed Susan novels list. Each year, a group of librarians choose seve...

CHS Students Read Black-Eyed Susan Books

Sophomore Tara Manzari holding up her favorite BES book and her certificate for having read at least three books.

By Kim Rooney, Senior Writer

April 24, 2015

Choosing a favorite book is always difficult, but the Maryland Association of School Librarians (MASL) makes it easier by narrowing the choices to 10 books. CHS students who read at least three Black-Eyed Susan (BES) nominee books joined other Maryland students April 22 in voting for the best out...

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