Book Review: Two Across by Jeff Bartsch

Tweet Stanley and Vera bond when they meet as teen contestants at the National Spelling Bee. Named rare co-winners, they see each other once a year when they return as former champs. They each understand the quirky upbringing the other … Continue reading

Book Review: Camp Rolling Hills by Stacy Davidowitz

Tweet Slimey loves everything about Camp Rolling Hills, and she can’t wait to spend her summer there. Robert, aka, Smelly, is a first timer, and he would surely be at baseball camp if his parents hadn’t made him go to … Continue reading

Book Review: Beatrice Bunson’s Guide to Romeo & Juliet by Paula Marantz Cohen

Tweet High school starts out rough for Beatrice Bunson. Her best friend lost a lot of weight over the summer and now hangs out with the cool kids. Life at home is chaotic as her older sister fights with her … Continue reading

Book Review: The Edge of Lost by Kristina McMorris

Tweet To survive, Shanley Keagan has to put aside his hopes and dreams for a normal life and do what he needs to do to get by. Orphaned at an early age, he is first under the care of a … Continue reading

Book Review: Romancing the Dark in the City of Light by Ann Jacobus

Tweet Summer’s life is seriously messed up. She’s been kicked out of four boarding schools and she can’t make herself care much about doing the work she needs to do to graduate from her current school in Paris. With her … Continue reading

Book Review & Giveaway: Anne & Henry by Dawn Ius

Tweet Today I’m taking part in the Heads Will Roll blog tour for a book by Dawn Ius, Anne & Henry. Ius has freshened up the historical tale for modern teens, and I have one copy of the book to … Continue reading

Book Review and Giveaway: Lock & Mori by Heather W. Petty

Tweet Today I’m taking part in a blog tour for a book that looks at how the relationship between Sherlock Holmes and James Moriarty would be different if they met as teenagers and if Moriarty was a girl. It’s interesting … Continue reading

Book Review: Silence by Deborah Lytton

Tweet When a freak accident leaves Stella unable to hear it changes everything. She can no longer perform the lead role in her high school’s production of West Side Story and her dreams of Broadway fade with her hearing. But … Continue reading

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