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Book Review: Little & Lion

Author: Brandy Colbert

Genre: Young Adult/Fiction

Pages: 336

Rating: 9.5/10


When Suzette comes home to Los Angeles from her boarding school in New England, she isn’t sure if she’ll ever want to go back. 304 more words


Library books - yay or nay?

The libraries of my childhood were dingy at best. I remember literally having to wipe dust off of the top of some books and if you’d come to the library to use a computer then you had better be prepared for the twenty minutes it took for it to turn on. 472 more words

Daughter of the Pirate King

HAVE YOU EVER finished a good book you can’t bring yourself to follow it with something else? That is the current dilemma we are facing after reading this funny adventure. 273 more words

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A Step Towards Falling

THE LINE ON┬áthe cover of the book says the moral of this story, “Sometimes the worst thing you can do is nothing at all.” Emily has unmeasurable guilt after witnessing Belinda, a disabled girl, being attacked by young man at a football game. 301 more words

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Summer Reading List 2017

Ahh, summer.

For high school students, that means two months of late nights and lazy mornings, looooong beach days, binge watching Netflix, and forgetting that school ever existed…until it’s the second week of August and you have yet to do your summer reading. 950 more words


Book review: Solar Bones

I really wanted to like Solar Bones.

I read somewhere that this is a book that you need to give yourself a few days to reflect on after finishing, and that was sound advice. 563 more words

The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

I haven’t seen the movie but after its release the book got a lot of traffic and interest. That’s why I decided to delve into Charlie’s world and see the struggles and perks of being a wallflower. 441 more words