Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Fireborne Passes Through the ‘Good Book Barrier’

In Fireborne by Rosaria Munda, seventeen year old Lee and sixteen year old Annie are faced with a large number of challenges. The main...

This is (boot)laced up with a nice little bow

Magical, exciting, and full of twists! The Bootlace Magician is the second in what we’re told is just a two-book series (I’m rooting for...

Best Friend or Not Book Review

Best Friend Or Not “Best Friends” by Shannon Hale and LeUyen Pham is a graphic novel about trying to fit in and to be popular. This...

Bone Talk Review

Candy Gourlay’s third novel, Bone Talk, is a look at the American invasion of the Philippines in 1899 through the eyes of a young...

“The Other Side of the Wall” Turned Out to be a Wall

The Other Side of the Wall by Amy Ephron is a book about two siblings (Tess and Max), their Aunt Evie, and a whole...

A Swirl of Ocean

"A Swirl of Ocean" was a great, very detailed book by Melissa Sarno about Summer's life and how she was found on a beach...

Graphic Novel Disappoints

Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel adapted by Michael Moreci and illustrated by Stephen Gilpin is a mediocre work about a thirteen-year-old evil genius named...

Gum Baby is Always Awesome

  Chances are, you have never fought iron monsters or run after a doll that stole your dead best friend’s glowing green notebook, right? However,...

Counting Us Into the Conversation

Count Me In by Varsha Bajaj is a novel about an Indian-American girl named Karina who lives in Texas with her parents. One day,...

This book isn’t likely to burnout!

This is a fast-paced, fiery, and emotional book. Written by J.C. Cervantes (with an association to Rick Riordan Presents, an organization that supports up-and-coming...
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