The Fault in our Stars is one of the biggest YA books to be published in the past few years, and the movie was also a huge hit, earning over $300,000,000 worldwide! Now, The Fault in our Stars is on DVD, and we’re celebrating by screening the movie at the library. On October 2 at 7 pm, we’ll be showing the film. One lucky participant in the room will walk away with a book/DVD combo of their very own.
If you’ve never heard of the book or the movie, now is the perfect chance to discover it and find out what the fuss is all about. The story surrounds Hazel, a whip-smart teenager who has been dealing with the fact that she has terminal cancer for a few years now. Her parents force to attend a support group to deal with her feelings, and while there, meets the handsome and charming Augustus Waters. Their friendship develops, but Hazel remains reluctant to fall in love since she know she has never been anything else but terminal. This well-written and compelling story is one that begs to be to be re-read or re-watched. Luckily, you have the chance of having both the DVD and the book added to your personal collection just by coming to watch the movie on October 2.
If you’re interested in coming, just email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or give us a call (514-485-6900 ext 4111) to reserve your spot.