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Teen Fiction & the Teen Experience: A Course Curriculum

The “20 Books All Students Should Read Before They Turn 18” list I posted about yesterday made me think about the teenage experience and influential books that capture the awkward and confusing teen years. 38 more words


#Review: Crush by Svetlana Chmakova #GraphicNovel #Crush #NetGalley

I am in love with this book… probably more than Jorge loves Jazmine. But seriously, it’s so dang good! If you’ve never read anything by Svetlana Chmakova before you’re seriously missing out.  1,035 more words

Book Review

Refugees by R.A. Denny

Prejudice is everywhere.

There is a uniqueness in the story-telling of this book. Each character is described with little bias. The reader is left to decide for themselves how to feel towards the various characters. 208 more words


Quint: The Boy, The Book and The Buildings by JD LaFrance

Perception is everything.

I loved the uncertainty of this story. All the major players have a stake in the outcome of young Quint’s impossible quest. The President plans on maintaining his position as the leader of Tellus. 200 more words


ARC Review: Give the Dark my Love

by Beth Revis


When seventeen-year-old Nedra Brysstain leaves her home in the rural, northern territories of Lunar Island to attend the prestigious Yugen Academy, she has only one goal in mind: learn the trade of medicinal alchemy. 645 more words


Review: Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik

Novik, Naomi. (2018). Spinning Silver. Del-Ray.  ISBN: 978-0399180989

This is a epic and yet intimate story of a group of women who set a chain of events in motion that seems to be set on a course of destruction.  723 more words

Teen Lit


By Sarah Oleksyk

“Ivy, a teenager from a small town, longs to leave and pursue her dream of becoming a painter. But life isn’t easy when you never know the right thing to say. 618 more words