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Iqbal by Francesco D'Adamo

Iqbal is the fictionalized story of the young Iqbal Masih, a real boy who escaped virtual slavery in a carpet factory to fight against child labor in Pakistan.   415 more words


Guest Post From Sarah Beth Durst: Music and Writing

Today we have a guest post from Sarah Beth Durst, whose new book, Chasing Power, is out now!  Sarah has written in a variety of genres.   452 more words

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YALSA Announced the 2014 Teens' Top Ten

These are books voted on by teens across the country.  I am happy to say that we own seven of the top ten books.  Sometimes this list is much more heavily weighted to high school titles — happily not this year!

YA Fiction

I'm so not ready for this!!

Ok as promised yesterday, I am going to try blogging everyday, for the rest of the month then go from there.

If you happen to follow my blog, then you have probably figured out a few things about me 1. 564 more words

Eyes on the YA Book Prize

Love Young Adult fiction? Love Irish and UK writers? Well, you’re bound to love the YA Book Prize then.

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Famous in Love

Finished Famous in Love by Rebecca Serle.  I received a copy from the publisher.

Summary (from Goodreads):

“The romantic story of a girl who gets plucked from obscurity to star in the next major feature film franchise based on a book and the ensuing love triangles she gets entangled in on—-and off screen. 413 more words

Books I Received From The Publisher

T.B.R. (To Be Read).

Reading not only entertains, it enhances your experience through the written word.

Recently I’ve had a couple of friends ask me why it was so important to do a lot of reading in order to become a great writer. 325 more words

Casey Carlisle