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Wonderful YA Wednesday: SUMMER OF BROKEN THINGS by Margaret Peterson Haddix

Title: Summer of Broken Things

Author: Margaret Peterson Haddix

Publisher: Simon Schuster Books for Young Readers

Publication Date: April 11, 2018

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Fourteen-year-old Avery Armisted is athletic, rich, and pretty. 321 more words

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Release: The Summer of Broken Things

The Summer of Broken Things
Margaret Peterson Haddix
April 10, 2018
Simon & Schuster

Fourteen-year-old Avery Armisted is athletic, rich, and pretty. Sixteen-year-old Kayla Butts is known as “butt-girl” at school. 382 more words

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Video Time: Weekly Round-Up

The videos in which we did not like “The Summer of Broken Things” by Margaret Peterson Haddix and we discussed “Prodigy Prince” by Natasha Sapienza.

Monday Morning Wisdom #149: H is for Margaret Peterson Haddix

“…even the most independent people sometimes needed help. And if I’d learned nothing else from my life thus far, it was that you don’t always end up where you think you’re going.” ― Margaret Peterson Haddix, in 

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Found by Margaret Peterson Haddix | REVIEW & DISCUSSION

Hey, guys! I am super excited to discuss the first book in the Missing series. This is a series I loved as a kid, so I decided to reread it, and it honestly was like reading it for the first time because I quickly began to realize I forgot everything about it other than the fact that it had something to do with time travel. 632 more words

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Top 5 Wednesday: January 24, 2018

So here’s the deal:  I have nothing for this week’s prompt, so I’m using last week’s prompt that I forgot to do!

Forgettable Books

Whether you loved or hated them at the time, these are books that you just don’t really remember… 352 more words

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Among the Imposters by Margaret Peterson Haddix (Book Review #152)

I rate this book 4.5 out of 5 stars.

(Finished Reading: 23/01/18

My 8th book this year)

In a society where families can only have two children due to food resources being limited, Luke, is a third child. 270 more words

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