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Review: Eleanor & Park and Fangirl

I thought I’d do a two in one sort of blog for these books. It’s interesting because my views on them are vastly different. Eleanor & Park  522 more words


The Wolf Princess

By Cathryn Constable

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Synopsis: On a school trip to Russia, Sophie and her two friends find themselves abandoned on a train. Rescued by a glamorous princess, they journey to her palace where a tragic past unfolds and a mystery unravels. 35 more words

Kids' Fiction

Is this the most tear-jerking movie of all time?

Based on John Green’s best-selling novel “The fault in our stars”, the movie of the same name has a great story line. And one can tell from looking at the cover of Hazel with oxygen intubationers clipped to her nose, it will be a tear-jerker. 120 more words



By Suzanne Collins

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Synopsis: Final part of the trilogy. Katniss finds herself in District 13, living underground with the rebels, and the ‘face’ of the revolution. 27 more words

Teen Fiction

Review of The Fire Sermon by Francesca Haig (There's still life in YA Dystopian fiction)


I’m a big fan of dystopian, but the YA market has been flooded with so much of it that it’s now almost impossible to find a solid, unique dystopian novel. 589 more words

Talking about religion...

I have been eagerly following the discussion of Faith and Spirituality in YA Lit going on at Teen Librarian Toolbox.  I haven’t been talking about religion very much anymore on this blog.   647 more words


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Montgomery Lake High #1: The Right Person

Daily, teenagers enter into the war between being true to themselves and fitting in with their peers. One such troubled teen is Chris Dunkin, who has been a substance abuser since age twelve. 108 more words