Book Review: The You I’ve Never Known by Ellen Hopkins

Tweet As far back as she can remember, Ariel has been on the move with her dad, putting space between the two of them and the mother who abandoned her to run off with another woman. Every time Ariel thinks … Continue reading

Book Review: Gena/Finn by Hannah Moskowitz and Kat Helgeson

Tweet Tomorrow I’m taking part in a blog tour for Gena/Finn, and authors Hannah Moskowitz and Kat Helgeson will give tips about meeting people online safety. Today I’m featuring a review of the book. If you’d like a chance to … Continue reading

Book Review: Klickitat by Peter Rock

Tweet Dark and foreboding, Klickitat is told through the eyes of Vivian, a teen whose family is stressed by her older sister’s (Audra) rebellion and Vivian’s unnamed mental malady that causes her to retreat far within herself when she is … 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: Broken by Elizabeth Pulford

Tweet The motorcycle accident that killed her brother Jem left Zara in a coma. Lying in her hospital bed she struggles with understanding why people she knows and loves talk to her as though she can’t hear them. At the … Continue reading

Celebrate Teen Read Week with a Good Teen Book

Tweet Today marks the start of Teen Read Week, which is sponsored by the American Library Association. If you’re looking for inspiration for good titles for teens, you can check out the top ten books from past years on the … Continue reading

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