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Revolution by Deborah Wiles

Told from contrasting viewpoints, Revolution follows Sunny, a twelve-year-old white girl living in Greenwood, Mississippi, and Raymond, a black teenage boy also living in Greenwood in the 1960’s. 287 more words

Top Ten Tuesday: Ten dinner invitations I would accept in the world of MG and YA books

It’s time for Top Ten Tuesday, a meme created by The Broke and Bookish.

This week’s topic? Our choice

My choice? Ten dinner invitations I would accept in the world of MG and YA books. 377 more words

Book Lists

Book review: Revolution, by Deborah Wiles

Wiles, Deborah. Revolution. (Sixties trilogy, book 2) Scholastic Press, 2014. 495 pgs. ISBN 978-0-545-10607-8. $19.99 Ages 15-Adult. P4Q9

First of all, the cover on this thick teen book seems misleading. 426 more words

Book Reviews

Top Ten Tuesday: Ten MG and YA authors I read the most from

It’s time for Top Ten Tuesday, a meme created by The Broke and Bookish.

This week’s topic? Ten Authors I’ve Read the Most Books From… 420 more words

Middle Grade Novels

On The Same Page

I’m not sure why the titled it “Take a leaf out of book groups” in the paper, as that makes no sense to me, but here’s the latest musing anyway… (a link, and full submitted text below, as usual).   661 more words

SCMP Articles

Review: Revolution by Deborah Wiles

*A 2014 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST*

It’s 1964, and Sunny’s town is being invaded. Or at least that’s what the adults of Greenwood, Mississippi, are saying.

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Monday June 15th, 2015

It’s Monday! What are you reading?

I have been sharing a reading photo of the week each week. This week I had a LOT of amazing reading related photos. 627 more words

Picture Books