Tags » Margaret Peterson Haddix

Top Ten Favorite Authors

Whenever someone asks who my favorite of (insert category here) I hesitate. I’ve always had a tough time choosing favorites. This post is one that was a struggle to complete because I love books and I love that the authors wrote such fantastic novels, but choosing favorite authors is more than choosing your favorite books. 534 more words

Richelle Mead

Books Recommendations

Okay, so I’m back with another random list. But I don’t think it’s WAY over, considering how I claimed to be a reader, right? So here goes my list, LOL! 313 more words

General

Throwback Thursday: Among the Hidden

Among the Hidden

by Margaret Peterson Haddix

“Luke has never been to school. He’s never had a birthday party, or gone to a friend’s house for an overnight. 220 more words

Throwback Thursday

February

Allie: Another disappointing reading month by yours truly. I would like to comment that I forgot that February only has 28 days until right before it ended, and then suddenly I panicked when all the things I thought I had a week to accomplish needed to be done in two days. 442 more words

Books

Revealed (Missing: Book 7): Review by Dhruti Panchal

Revealed by Margaret Peterson Haddix is the seventh book in the Missing Series. The genre of the series is science fiction. Set in the twenty-first century, the series are centered on a thirteen year old boy named Jonah Skidmore, who, along with his eleven year old sister Katherine discover that Jonah is one of thirty-six famous missing children from history who were kidnapped by time travellers and were accidentally brought to the twenty-first century. 297 more words

Science-Fiction

#516 Don't You Dare Read This Mrs. Dunphrey by Margaret Peterson Haddix

Don’t You Dare Read This Mrs. Dunphrey by Margaret Peterson Haddix

Being a teenager can be more difficult than many adults can imagine. Sometimes teenagers just need an outlet for all of the things they’re dealing with. 714 more words

Fiction

Friday Finds 1/30/15

My Friday Find for this week is Just Ella by Margaret Peterson Haddix! It is a new spin on Cinderella’s story, but it is not so glorious. 198 more words