Monday, October 14, 2019

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...

An Interesting Story, But Not A Guide

“The 47 People You’ll Meet in Middle School,” by Kristin Mahoney is a fun story, but very different than how I imagined it.  Because of...

All the Impossible Things

Ruby "Red" Byrd is on the move again, she is ok with that since this foster family didn't quite fit her either; none of...

Tennis Rules the World

Imagine that you were given a chance to do everything you dreamed of, but doing so might let your family down. This is the...

New ‘Wings of Fire’ flies into the scene

Dragons, magic, and mystique, Wings of Fire: The Poison Jungle has much to offer for young fantasy readers. This book series is by Tui...

Nothing Forgettable About “The Forgotten Girl”

Iris just couldn’t help it. The snow was white, crisp, and inviting. Besides, what harm could making one little snow angel do? A lot,...

Book Review About a Sleepwalker by a Sleepwalker.

In "Sam Saves The Night," by Shari Simpson, Samantha Fife is a sleepwalker. She is not at all your average sleepwalker like me (more...

The Collected Works of Gretchen Oyster

In the book “The Collected Works of Gretchen Oyster” by Cary Fagan, Hartley Staples is having a rough time trying to juggle the end-of-school...

Games of Deception

Games of Deception is a true account of the US Basketball team at the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany.   The author, Andrew Maraniss, begins the...
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