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100-Character Breakdown: Perfect voice, imaginative world building. A triumph in its depiction of consumerism and information.

Genre: Sci-fi, young adult, dystopian

Publisher: Candlewick Press (2002) 380 more words


What I'm Reading Now...mostly

Although I’ve been free range reading a bit in these post Morris Committee days, I still have some required reading.

I am a round 2 judge in the CYBILS YA Nonfiction category. 132 more words

Steve Sheinkin

Book Review: The Chronicles of Harris Burdick

The Chronicles of Harris Burdick
By various authors
Illustrated by Chris VanAllsburg

My Edition:
Hardcover, 196 pages
2011, Houghton Mifflin
ISBN: 9780547548104

Who is Harris Burdick? 232 more words

Book Review

Shostakovich: three books about a Soviet composer

In the second year of my undergrad, I took a Russian history course on a whim. Not too much of it stuck with me, to be honest – except an enduring love for Soviet composer Dmitri Shostakovich. 576 more words


Book Review ~ Feed by M. T. Anderson

What if, after birth you were given a chip in your brain that allowed you to access the internet in your mind? There would be no more need for television, computers, cell phones…everything would be right there in your head. 872 more words

Book Review

Reading List: Feed by M. T. Anderson

Ever since I was assigned to read Orwell’s 1984 in high school, dystopian fiction has been one of my favorite literary genres. With The Hunger Games… 710 more words


A year (and three days) in YA literature

On New Year’s Day 2015, prompted by my own interests in YA, by my desire to have better recommendations ready for my students, and by my good friend… 1,866 more words