1. dailydot:

The bench from ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ has gone missing in Amsterdam
"It’s a bit embarrassing, because we do keep good track of them, but it’s gone all right."

    dailydot:

    The bench from ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ has gone missing in Amsterdam

    "It’s a bit embarrassing, because we do keep good track of them, but it’s gone all right."

  2. Oh to be 35 again! :)

    Oh to be 35 again! :)

    (Source: ive-become-comfortably--numb)

  3. Break Out Your Hankies: ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ | Film Review →

  4. penguinteen:


It’s been a year since the publication of Green’s acclaimed The Fault in Our Stars. To mark the anniversary, Green and his brother will be performing at Carnegie Hall—and everyone is invited, via live streaming video! Find an event near your hometown and you won’t have to miss a second of it. Be sure to check your local event, as some are first come first serve (no tickets), and some require reservations.
Casa Grande, AZ
Saratoga, CA,
Capitola, CA
Berkeley, CA
Alameda, CA
Pleasanton CA
Menlo Park, CA
Novato, CA
Westminster, CO
Naperville, IL
Indianapolis, IN
Indianapolis, IN
Noblesville, IN
Danville, IN
Brookline, MA
Beverly, MA
Cohasset, MA
Carlisle, MA
Fryeburg, ME
Takoma Park, MD
Grand Rapids, MI
Mount Laurel, NJ
Cape May Court House, NJ
Cherry Hill, NJ
Belvidere, NJ
Albuquerque, NM 
Upper Darby, PA
Overhill, Stephenville, TX
Danville, VA
Standardsville, VA
Chatham, VA
Charlottesville, VA
Crozet, VA 
Burlington, VT  05401
Bellingham, WA
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


Check out all of the details for the local events! Lotta libraries involved in this here thing.

    penguinteen:

    It’s been a year since the publication of Green’s acclaimed The Fault in Our Stars. To mark the anniversary, Green and his brother will be performing at Carnegie Hall—and everyone is invited, via live streaming video! Find an event near your hometown and you won’t have to miss a second of it. Be sure to check your local event, as some are first come first serve (no tickets), and some require reservations.

    • Casa Grande, AZ
    • Saratoga, CA,
    • Capitola, CA
    • Berkeley, CA
    • Alameda, CA
    • Pleasanton CA
    • Menlo Park, CA
    • Novato, CA
    • Westminster, CO
    • Naperville, IL
    • Indianapolis, IN
    • Indianapolis, IN
    • Noblesville, IN
    • Danville, IN
    • Brookline, MA
    • Beverly, MA
    • Cohasset, MA
    • Carlisle, MA
    • Fryeburg, ME
    • Takoma Park, MD
    • Grand Rapids, MI
    • Mount Laurel, NJ
    • Cape May Court House, NJ
    • Cherry Hill, NJ
    • Belvidere, NJ
    • Albuquerque, NM 
    • Upper Darby, PA
    • Overhill, Stephenville, TX
    • Danville, VA
    • Standardsville, VA
    • Chatham, VA
    • Charlottesville, VA
    • Crozet, VA 
    • Burlington, VT  05401
    • Bellingham, WA
    • Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

    Check out all of the details for the local events! Lotta libraries involved in this here thing.

  5. 35 Going on 13 columnist Angelina Benedetti reviews John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars in her latest column.

    Green, John. The Fault in Our Stars. Dutton Juvenile. 2012. 336p. ISBN 9780525478812. $17.99.

    The release of any book by Green is eagerly anticipated by teen and adult readers alike. Drawing even more attention to his latest offering, the popular author determined to autograph all 150,000 copies of the book’s first print run, making it an Amazon best seller over a month before its publication date. Lofty expectations, and Green delivers; this story of two teens fighting end-stage cancer may be his best book to date. Hazel is alive (but depressed) thanks to a miracle drug that has bought her more time with her “lungs that suck at being lungs.” At support group she meets Augustus Waters, who has lost a leg to osteosarcoma. He is struck by her sharp wit and resemblance to Natalie Portman and invites her home to watch V for Vendetta, beginning a relationship that will take them from the ICU to Amsterdam, exploring the joys and despairs of first love when there may not be a second chance. The author’s experience as a chaplain in a children’s hospital informs the story, so that it avoids the becoming maudlin, even as Hazel’s and Gus’s every dignity is stripped away by their respective cancers. An unforgettable story with more than just two unforgettable characters.