Book Review: Half Lives by Sara Grant

Tweet In the before time the worst thing Icie had to worry about was her ex-boyfriend posting their breakup on Facebook. But when her parents put her on a plane with $10,000, a backpack of survival gear, the key to … Continue reading

Book Review: Imperfect Spiral by Debbie Levy

Tweet When a tragic accident takes the life of the 5-year-old she is babysitting, Danielle is pulled into issues beyond her control. Everyone seems to want the accident to be about something else—poor lighting on the road, lack of a … Continue reading

Book Review: The Lucy Variations by Sara Zarr

Tweet All her life sixteen-year-old Lucy has been told she has a gift, a special talent for the piano. Yet she no longer plays after walking off the stage at a competition the year before. Now her younger brother Gus … Continue reading

Book Review: The Truth About Letting Go by Leigh T. Moore

Tweet When Ashley’s dad dies after a months-long battle with cancer, she finds that thinking of him is too painful. To numb the pain she decides to change her life. Instead of church-going, rule-following, nice-girl Ashley, she becomes risk-taker, bad-girl … Continue reading

Book Review: This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith

Tweet What Graham believes is a simple email to his pet sitter is actually the beginning of a relationship with Ellie, who gets it by mistake. The teens live on opposite sides of the country, he’s in California she’s in … Continue reading

Book Review: Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger

Tweet Sophronia has no desire to go to finishing school where she imagines she will have to learn to act like a lady instead of running around during the day following her curiosity. But her mother says she must go … Continue reading

Book Review: What Happens Next by Colleen Clayton

Tweet Sid feels like a freak among her fellow high school students. She’s tall, she has red hair that refuses to be tamed, and she’s got a large bust and a bubble butt that bring her attention she doesn’t want. … Continue reading

Book Review: Fangirl by Ken Baker

Tweet Josie is a normal 9th grader who can’t wait for summer to arrive. She loves to write songs, hang out with her best friends Ashley and Christopher, and obsess over her favorite singer, Peter Maxx. Peter is 16 and … Continue reading

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