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Everybody’s Granny: Granny Weatherwax and A Hat Full of Sky

One of the first Discworld books I ever read was Lords and Ladies. It is one of the witch books of the series, and it introduced me to one of my favorite characters in the entire series: Mistress/Granny Weatherwax, the most powerful (according to her, and also everybody else) witch on the Disc. 381 more words


Rich Teen, Poor Teen: Books that depict teens living in poverty — @TLT16 Teen Librarian Toolbox

Motivated by the unrealistic and over-esteemed representation of rich main characters in YA and teen fiction, Karen Jensen of School Library Journal’s “Teen Librarian Toolbox,” provides an excellent review of several books depicting a realistic view of impoverished youth more consistent with our nation’s current economic climate. 16 more words

Pushing It Forward

Review: Reign of Shadows by Sophie Jordan

Reign of Shadows by Sophie Jordan
ISBN: 9780062377647
Publisher: Harper Teen (HarperCollins)
Release Date: February 9th, 2016
304 pages
Format: Hardcover

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Review: Ruined by Amy Tintera

Ruined by Amy Tintera
ISBN: 9780062396600
Publisher: HarperTeen
Release date: May 3rd, 2016
368 pages
Format: ARC (Advance Readers Copy)

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HarperCollins Canada

Refrain - Winna Efendi

Aku kembali!

Kebetulan aku habis selesai baca satu novel teenlit dalam waktu kurang dari tiga jam. Bukankah itu kilat? Kekeke. Lebih baik kita langsung ke… 716 more words

Cha's Book Review

African-American Main Characters in YA

If you’ve dropped by any bookstore recently, you may have noticed that American culture has a ways to go yet when it comes to equal representation in literature. 1,044 more words


3 (Unusual) Things I Learned from Books

It has been said that “You cannot open a book without learning something.” I believe this to be true, from fiction to historical novels to nonfiction. 436 more words