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book by Andrew Demcak (view book)
The time period that this book is set in (1982) provides a refreshing take on contemporary teen fiction, in which the reader is not bombarded with mentions of modern technology culture (such as social media). Demcak represents the era subtly, and ...read more
Genres: Paranormal
Ages: Mature Young Adult
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book by Helene Louiesa Mynhardt (view book)
Louiesa’s story was inspiring, but I felt that many of the decisions she made weren’t fully explained; they were simply stated and then the story continued. I would’ve liked a more in-depth look into Louiesa’s head to ...read more
Genres: Biography
Ages: Adult
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book by Mary T Kincaid (view book)
Children who have to move often or even change schools frequently will most likely connect with Mason's conflicting feelings about having to move to this new town and the difficulty of making new friends. ...read more
Genres: Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 8 - 12
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book by Wayne Winterton PhD (view book)
Organized through days of the year (ranging from January to April), these historical narratives are easy to digest, written with an idiosyncratic writing style and intelligent yet straightforward presentation. The stories are fun to read anywhere and ...read more
Genres: Historical Nonfiction, Nonfiction, Short Story
Ages: Mature Young Adult
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book by Alisa Libby (view book)
Genres: Adventure, Fiction, Historical Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Donna White (view book)
I was in middle school when Kony hit the news. None of my teachers wanted to talk about it, and the media quickly moved on to other tragedies. Bullets, Blood, and Stones was the first time that I sat down to think about Kony’s horrible actions. ...read more
Genres: Series, Adventure
Ages: Mature Young Adult
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book by L. J. Smith (view book)
L. J. Smith has created another wonderful addition to The Secret Circle series. This book was filled with action, drama, and romance. This story leaves you on your toes with suspense, and I feel like I can see the book being played out in my head. ...read more
Genres: Fantasy
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Aimee Friedman (view book)
This graphic novel boasts detailed black-and-white illustrations by Christine Norrie and text by Aimee Friedman. The dialogue is easy to follow, as is Chloe's narration. Unlike the majority of comics and animated projects, which have characters ...read more
Genres: Chick Lit, Romance
Ages: 12 and up
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by Sharman Apt Russell
-Winner of the Arizona Author's Association Award for Children's Literature-Runner-up for the Arizona Book of the Year-IndieFab Finalist-Finalist for the New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards-Finalist, WILLA Award for Children's Literature-May Sarton Award, ...read more
Genres: Juvenile Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Steve Augarde (view book)
The setting is almost pirate-like with all the boats and endless water. You definitely feel like you are in the setting, I can see it with vast clarity. The mood was tricky to depicter; I would say it is a dark dystopian feel. Like the world is in a ...read more
Genres: Fiction
Ages: 12 and up

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