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The Realest Phony of Them All

Author’s Note: Hello, ppl. This is basically a short script I wrote for my English class but it was really something pretty fun to write. It’s a dialogue between Holden Caulfield from… 2,506 more words

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Review: No One Needs to Know by Amanda Grace

Initial reaction: I feel guilty for saying that I looked forward to this novel because even for the respective thematic of a cheating relationship possibly occurring and other issues the narrative had to offer, I still think this had the potential to be something beyond a cliched, shallow presentation of insufferable teens who had very few things to like about them. 1,895 more words

Books

Grace and the Guiltless by Erin Johnson

Thank you to the publisher, Capstone, who provided me a free copy through Netgalley for an honest review. Grace and the Guiltless is available August… 911 more words

Books

One for the Murphys | Lynda Mullaly Hunt

A night of anger lands Carley in foster care. She can’t remember all of the events that led to her and her mother’s hospitalization, but what she remembers she can’t forgive. 105 more words

Children's

Chasing Redbird | Sharon Creech

When Zinnia uncovers an overgrown trail, connecting her backyard to the next town over, everything changes. She becomes consumed with clearing the path on her own. 83 more words

Children's

Walk Two Moons | Sharon Creech

Sal and her grandparents are on a road trip, retracing the steps her mother took before it became clear she was never coming back. To pass the time, Sal entertains them with her friend Phoebe’s story, through it, her own. 140 more words

Children's

Review: The Fourteenth Goldfish by Jennifer L. Holm

Eleven-year-old Ellie has never liked change. She misses fifth grade. She misses her old best friend. She even misses her dearly departed goldfish. Then one day a strange boy shows up.

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