April 13, 2012
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University, was honored last fall at the New Hampshire Literary Awards as the Outstanding Work of Nonfiction for 2010 and 2011.
Signed copies of another popu- lar Bondcliff Books title from 2011, Field Guide to Trout Streams of New Hampshire by Antrim, New Hampshire, fish- ing enthusiast Paul VanderWende will also be on display and for sale.
Wentworth’s Middle School Joins Lin-Wood’s Middle School for The Hunger Games Movie
On Monday, March 26th, the middle school students from Wentworth met with the Lin-Wood Middle School to watch the newly released movie entitled The Hunger Games at the Lincoln Cinema. The theater ran a special viewing during the school hours just for the students.
This was actually a unique opportunity in many ways. Wentworth and Lin-Wood school districts belong to different supervisory union districts, yet they were able to collaborate within the two teaching staffs in order to make this venture possible. Mr. Duchette, one of Lin-Wood’s middle school math teachers heard that Wentworth’s reading group wanted to see the film and then worked with his fellow middle school colleagues to make arrangements with Lincoln Cinema to invite Wentworth to join them.
Wentworth’s 7th and 8th grade reading class recently finished reading the first novel of Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy and is currently reading the second series of the dystopian fiction trilogy entitled Catching Fire. The Hunger Games has already sold millions of copies and now the movie is a huge box office hit. ABC News calls Suzanne Collins’ stories a “billion dollar idea” since it is so popular with teenage audiences today.
Mr. Blake, a reading teacher in Wentworth’s Middle School said, “The reading class at Wentworth has not been able to wait for the next reading session due to the popularity of the novel. The trilo- gy was downloaded onto Wentworth School’s i-Pads for a fraction of the cost of buying enough copies for all students, and using the i-Pads to read has added to the thrill of reading the story. Once in a while a popular novel comes along that for various reasons really appeal to young audiences; this is one of those novels that really engage the students. The chance to join Lin-Wood to watch the accompanying movie was an added, much appreciated bonus for the students and staff here at Wentworth. All of us in the Wentworth Middle School would like to publicly and cordially thank Lin-Wood School for inviting us and the Lincoln Cinema for the opportunity.”
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Bondcliff Books, which was founded in 1996 by Littleton publisher and writer Mike Dickerman, will be among more than 120 exhibitors displaying and selling their products at the popular Made in NH Expo to be held the weekend of April 13-15 at the Radisson Hotel Expo Center (Center of New Hampshire) in Manchester. This annual event, the largest of its kind in New Hampshire, show- cases a wide variety of quality products and services from around the Granite State. Now in its 17th year, the Expo contin- ues to grow with new exhibitors and increased attendance annu- ally.
The Littleton publisher is best known for its line-up of White Mountain hiking guides and local history books.
including The 4000-Footers of the White Mountains, also co- written by Smith and Dickerman, and Shrouded Memories: True Stories from the White Mountains of New
Hampshire by historian Floyd W. Ramsey. Later this spring, Bondcliff Books will be pub- lishing a new revised and expanded edition of its best- selling logging history book, J. E. Henry’s Logging Railroads, by Vermonter Bill Gove.
The Littleton firm also distrib- utes local interest books and hiking maps for more than a dozen other small independent publishers such as University Press of New England, Appalachian Mountain Club Books of Boston, Huntington Graphics of Burlington, Vermont, The Durand Press of Lyme, Countryman Press of Woodstock, Vermont, and Map Adventures of Portland, Maine.
Bondcliff Books is again one of a handful of businesses from northern New Hampshire that will exhibit at this year’s Made in New Hampshire Expo. Other area exhibitors will include: Fuller’s
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