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Back-from-School Un-Haul

Now that the semester is over, we’re in a Sort-Your-Life-Out kind of mood. That means all we can really think about is cleaning out our computers and emails from the past semester, going through all of our clothes and getting rid of what we don’t wear, and just gathering all of The Stuff in order to organize what’s worth keeping and what’s not. 230 more words


Book Review: The Universe is Expanding & So am I / Carolyn Mackler / Teen/Young Adult


Published by Bloomsbury

I seem to read more 5-8 & 9-12 titles than Teen. Young adults seem to know what they want, without any input from me. 452 more words


The Earth, My Butt And Other Big, Round Things by Carolyn Mackler

“Never underestimate yourself.”

Fifteen-year old Virginia feels like an outsider. She doesn’t have any friends in school since her best friend moved away and even among her family she feels like the odd duck out. 827 more words

Book Blog

#BlogTour The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things by Carolyn Mackler @KidsBloomsbury

Genre: YA, contemporary fiction

Stars: 5

Links: Amazon UK and Amazon US

The Blurb:

Fifteen-year-old Virginia feels like a fat, awkward outsider in her perfect family, especially next to her golden-boy big brother Byron. 263 more words

Recommended Reading

The Future of Us (MMGM)

Title: The Future of Us
Authors: Jay Asher & Carolyn Mackler
Publisher: Razorbill
Publication Date: 2011
Page Count: 356 (Hardcover)
Age Recommendation: 14

It’s 1996, and Josh and Emma have been neighbors their whole lives.

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Book Review: The Future of Us

Asher, Jay, and Carolyn Mackler. The Future of Us. Simon & Schuster Books, 2011.

I wouldn’t call myself a shopaholic, but there are a few items I will purchase somewhat impulsively: donuts, office supplies, and gently used bargain books. 512 more words

YA Lit

Review Rendezvous: 10/7/17

The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler
Book stats:
Genre(s): Young adult, romance, contemporary
Medium: Print
Number of pages: 356
Publish date:  443 more words