Book Review: The Time-Traveling Fashionista by Bianca Turetsky

Tweet Louise Lambert loves vintage clothing. Even though her mother and her best friend think she’s crazy not to want something new, she loves the feeling of mystery that she gets from the unknown stories she senses in each piece. … Continue reading

Book Review: The Year We Were Famous by Carole Estby Dagg

Tweet Seventeen-year-old Clara longs to escape the confines of her family homestead in small Mica Creek, near Spokane, Washington. But finances are tight, and the family is in danger of losing their home and land if they don’t raise the … Continue reading

Book Review: A True Princess by Diane Zahler

Tweet This week I’m excited to offer a couple of posts about a new fantasy book for middle readers. It’s called A True Princess by Diane Zahler, and it should delight young readers who like Ella Enchanted, The Goose Girl, … Continue reading

Book Review: Jane and the Raven King by Stephen Chambers

Tweet   Jane knows something is up when she spots a squirrel packing a suitcase. Things get even stranger when she realizes that birds aren’t singing and all the wild animals seem to be leaving. As adults get more and … Continue reading

Book Review: Wildwing by Emily Whitman

Tweet Addy chafes against the strict expectations a girl of her position has in society. She attends school with girls who are much wealthier, but she is expected to acquiesce always to what they want. Her attitude often lands her … Continue reading

Book Review: Dogsled Dreams by Terry Lynn Johnson

Tweet Rebecca loves nothing more than to be out on the trail with her huskies on a sled. She dreams of leading a team in a race one day, and when her change comes, she really wants to prove to … Continue reading

Book Review: Extraordinary by Nancy Werlin

Tweet When Mallory leaves the world of faeries to befriend a human named Phoebe Rothschild, her only thought is securing the future of her people. But as she gets to know Phoebe she wavers in her purpose, so her brother … Continue reading

Book Review: The Queen’s Daughter by Susan Coventry

Tweet Princess Joan is often overshadowed by her larger-than-life family members. Her mother, Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine, and her father, King Henry II, often seem to be set against each other. And her brothers are all too happy to fight … Continue reading

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