Book Review: Boy 21 by Matthew Quick

Tweet Finley goes into his senior year in high school knowing three things: he loves his girlfriend Erin, he plans to have a stellar year as point guard of his basketball team, and then, somehow, he will get out of … Continue reading

Book Review: Giants Beware by Rafael Rosado and Jorge Aguirre

Tweet Claudette has heard the legend of how the baby-toe-eating giant was banished to the far-away mountain by the marquis of her town so he could never terrorize them again. Longing for adventure, she believes the giant should have been … Continue reading

Book Review and Giveaway: Unforgettable by Loretta Ellsworth

Tweet Baxter remembers everything since he was three. Doctors say a fall from a swing rewired his brain, and now he remembers every detail of everything that has ever happened to him, particularly the events surrounding his court testimony that … Continue reading

Book Review: The Ultimate Top Secret Guide to Taking Over the World

Tweet Taking over the world is easy. All you need are a few minions and lackeys, an evil robot army, and the right clothing. Oh, and you may want to be able to have to ability to actually destroy the … Continue reading

Book Review: Ultimate Game by Christian Lehmann

Tweet Here’s a guest book review written by author Christina Hamlett Title: Ultimate Game Author: Christian Lehmann Published: 2000 (originally published in French in 1996) David R. Godine, Publisher I’m clearly not the target demographic for Christian Lehmann’s gripping YA … Continue reading

Book Review: How I Stole Johnny Depp’s Alien Girlfriend by Gary Ghislain

Tweet David’s dad is a therapist who lives in the small French town of Cornouaille. David knows not to get to close to the patients, but Zelda fascinates him. She claims to be from another planet, and she’s here on … Continue reading

Book Review: Walk the Wild Road by Nigel Hinton

Tweet Author Nigel Hinton grew up hearing how his grandfather left his large, poor family from Poland at the age of 11 to seek his way in the world. His book, Walk the Wild Road, fictionalizes the family legend and … Continue reading

Book Review: Marshfield Dreams by Ralph Fletcher

Tweet Children’s author Ralph Fletcher seemed to live an ideal life for a child. The oldest of a large clan in the small town of Marshfield, Massachusetts, Fletcher had nearby woods to roam in, numerous bothers and neighbors to recruit … Continue reading

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