YALSA Hub Challenge Book 11: Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong!

My next pick was another graphic novel, Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong! by Prudence Shen and by Faith Erin Hicks. Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong! is the story of neighbors and sort of friends Charlie, the laid-back captain of the basketball team, and Nate, the neurotic and scheming president of the robotics club. Nate wants […]

YALSA Hub Challenge Book 10: All The Truth That’s In Me

My next book was All The Truth That’s In Me by Julie Berry. Four years ago, Judith was taken from her small community of Roswell Station and her best friend, Lottie, was murdered. Two years later she returned home, but with her tongue cut out. She is shunned by her community. Her brother calls her […]

YALSA Hub Challenge Book 9: The Testing

My next book is The Testing by Joelle Charboneau is the first in a new trilogy. It’s another dystopian, post-apocalyptic future book. I know, I know, another one? But I quite like this genre. I watch Revolution and Defiance on TV, and just started watching The 100 too, plus several other dystopian series are currently on my To […]

YALSA Hub Challenge Books 7 and 8: Fighting Ruben Wolfe and Getting the Girl

My next books were Fighting Ruben Wolfe and Getting the Girl by Markus Zusak. Since these two are part of a series* I’m going to put them in the same post.   These books are the story of brothers, family, and the struggles of life. In the first, Fighting Ruben Wolfe, the Wolfe family is […]

YALSA Hub Challenge Book 6: Navigating Early

Navigating Early by Newberry Winner Clare Vanderpool is definitely worthy of it’s Printz award winning status. Set during WWII, the book tells the story of Jack a small town Kansas boy whose father sends him to  attend a boarding school in Maine after his mother’s death. Jack meets and befriends Early Auden, a strange boy […]