I just finished The Bride Wore Size 12 by Meg Cabot. Now, I absolutely love her books. When I got to the following exchange between Heather and Cooper it made me laugh hysterically. I’m serious. Ricardo was never the nicest guy. Sorry to disappoint you, Heather, but I don’t meet a lot of nice guys […]
So I finished The Testing series a couple of weeks ago. I have to say, I wasn’t sure what to expect out of the finale installment. I was surprised though, which is a good thing. This time around, Cia has been asked to eliminate Dr. Barnes and the top administrators and proponents of The Testing. […]
So I finished Fairest on my recent trip to Illinois to see relatives (My aunt was turning 80 and we all decided it was too big a milestone not to do something big. And, yes, you read that right, I said aunt.) and it was awesome! Fairest is a short novel prequel of sorts to […]
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YALSA just released the nominees for Teens’ Top 10 for 2015. Did your favorite make the cut? The teens at our library were able to help select the nominees this year. I recognize several of their favorites on the list. The next vote takes place in August. Till…
In honor of Sunday’s premiere of Game of Thrones, here are some YA read a likes. Post from Mac Teen publishing’s Epic Reads site. 25 YA Books For GAME OF THRONES Fans.
OK everyone, I know have Internet, and am back form vacation, so hopefully I can catch up here. My next review is for Independent Study by Joelle Charbonneau, the second book in her Testing Series. Set in a dystopic future where the world has been destroyed by war and a series of natural disasters, teenagers […]
I’m still here folks, just been busy with work and painting my house. Plus, still not having Internet at home make it difficult to do much. But I have news on that score, I’ve signed up, only to realize there is a problem with my lines. They are coming to fix them Saturday, so here’s […]