From the Page to the Big Screen

"I am not one to rely upon the expert procedure. It is the psychology I seek, not the fingerprint or the cigarette ash. But in this case I would welcome a little scientific assistance. This compartment is full of clues, but can I be sure that those clues are really what they seem to be?" 

– Detective Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

After reading the famed and acclaimed whodunnit by Agatha Christie in November, our high school book club took a trip to see the new film adaptation in theaters.

Pinewood's book club offers the chance to read and discuss books just for fun in a low-pressure atmosphere. Students select a title outside of the prescribed school curriculum and meet on a monthly basis for an enriching discussion over yummy snacks. Recent selections have included Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None, Neil Gaiman's The Ocean At the End of the Lane, and Ta-Nehisi Coates' Between The World and Me. The group also holds fundraisers and goes on field trips, such as last year's excursion to see the movie version of A Dog's Purpose. Come read with us! Faculty Advisor: Sabrina Strand

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