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Book Review: Fires of Man by Dan Levinson

In a world where a gifted few can manipulate reality with their minds, two great nations—Calchis and Orion—employ these psionic powers in a covert war for global superiority. 611 more words


No One Else Can Have You by Kathleen Hale

No One Else Can Have You

Hale, Kathleen

HarperTeen. 2014. 0062211196


Friendship, Wisconsin is a typical small town, where everyone knows each other and people go out of their way to be friendly. 551 more words

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Consent, Children's Lit, and Ella Enchanted

When I was little, my favorite book was Ella Enchanted. Some relative bought me a copy of Gail Carson Levine’s paperback because my name was also Ella, and little me thought this was the best thing to have ever happened, especially when my hair was… 974 more words

Hooked by Liz Fichera Book Review

When Native American Fredricka ‘Fred’ Oday is invited to become the only girl on the school’s golf team, she can’t say no. This is an opportunity to shine, win a scholarship and go to university, something no one in her family has done.

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As Often As Miracles

Dear Ana,

I hope you’re having a funnnnn summer so far. Here‘s an article about TGIF’s endless appetizers you must read because firstly, TGIF is relevant to our lives and secondly, it is fifty shades of amazing. 199 more words

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

“My point is this: This book contains precisely zero important life lessons, or little-known facts about love or sappy tear-jerking moments when we know we had left our childhood behind for good, or whatever.” 1,091 more words

Young Adult