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New Releases: March 31, 2015

I Heart Robot by Suzanne van Rooyen

Sixteen-year-old Tyri wants to be a musician and wants to be with someone who won’t belittle her musical aspirations.

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Book Reviews, March 2015

In March I read two books from the Girl Canon, a list of “books not necessarily for girls but which investigate, address, or represent the female experience in some essential way.”  I’ve read a few of the books on that list already, but I found it a useful guide to add even more to my ever-growing “to read” list.   1,213 more words


You never know...

… who will read your words!

As I was going through your independent reading letters, I was impressed with how well so many of you articulated how important this independent reading experience has been. 200 more words

Tricia Ebarvia

Top Ten Books I Recently Added to my TBR List

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week the theme is the top ten books you recently added to your TBR list. 822 more words


Myster Sea.

Mr. Sand Man gives dreams, and children sing themselves to sleep right before the music of the blood in their ears starts to play. And this blood reminds them of the thing that keeps them breathing, the mush of goo that tells them they’re not good enough. 103 more words


Review: All Fall Down (Embassy Row #1)

Title: All Fall Down (Embassy Row #1)

Author: Ally Carter

Publisher: Scholastic Press

Publication date: January 20, 2015

Goodreads / Author’s website / Author’s twitter… 730 more words


New Releases: March 30, 2015

The Cemetery Boys by Heather Brewer

When Stephen is forced to move back to the nowhere town where his father grew up, he’s already sure he’s not going to like it.

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