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THE FAULT IN OUR STARS BY JOHN GREEN BOOK REVIEW

Lovely Sunshines,

Considering the genre of the books in my bookshelves, one can conclude that I am a fan of science fictions and fast-pace suspense thrilling novels. 519 more words

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Thrilling YA fiction

Two unique, thought-provoking posts by two unique YA authors. The first is Night Runner by Carnegie Medal-winning Tim Bowler and the second is Replica by Australian writer Jack Heath.

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Numbers By- Rachel Ward

4# Book Review ★★★★★

Numbers

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Rachel Ward

Do you want to read something that will blow your mind? Something that will get your heart racing, ready to kick it out of your rib-cage? 553 more words

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Hush Hush by- Becca FitzPatrick

3# Book Review- ★★★★☆

Hush Hush

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Becca FitzPatrick

How many of you are up for a sexy male lead who will charm you like he charmed innocent Nora Grey and eventually me? 479 more words

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Delirium--By Lauren Oliver

2# Book Review ★★★★★

Delirium

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Lauren Oliver

This book happens to be one of my favorites and I would suggest each and every one of you to read it. 706 more words

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To All The Boys I've Loved Before--Jenny Haan

1# Book Review – ★★★★☆

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

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Jenny Han

How do you deal with a heart break? Do you nurse your broken heart with Taylor Swift songs and a tub of ice cream? 636 more words

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Books and illustrations

Part of my role as teacher is to mentor young writers and illustrators. My young friends, Therese and Brianna, share their work with us. The question: who gets the chocolate frog for best illustration?  Let the voting begin….

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