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We're Bickering Book Reviews or more accurately we're Becky and Sarah two people that work at the public library who love to read YA books. We also love to share are opinions about YA books.  Sometimes only one of us will choose to share their opinion however sometimes both of us will share our opinions … Continue reading Hello and Welcome!

Kisses and Croissants by Anne-Sophie Jouhanneau

Hi Everyone! It's Becky. I was looking forward to reading Kisses and Croissants by Anne-Sophie Jouhanneau, but, unfortunately, this book did not live up to my expectations.   Title: Kisses and CroissantsAuthor: Anne-Sophie Jouhanneau, Note: I listened to the audiobook. Summary: Mia, a seventeen-year-old American, enrolls in an elite ballet program in Paris. Mia dreams of being a … Continue reading Kisses and Croissants by Anne-Sophie Jouhanneau

Skim by Mariko Tamaki

Hi Everyone! I recently read the graphic novel Skim by Mariko Tamaki, and, unfortunately, this book didn't work for me. Title: SkimAuthor: Mariko TamakiIllustrator: Jilliam Tamki Summary: Kimberly “Skim” Keiko Cameron is trying to get through year 10. However, the year is tarnished with the suicide of a classmate, unrequited love, and a difficult friendship. Review: The … Continue reading Skim by Mariko Tamaki

TBR Thursdays: The Boy Who Failed Show and Tell by Jordan Sonnenblick

Hey everyone, it's Sarah! I am always looking for good tween boy books, so this one made its way onto my radar. Title: The Boy Who Failed Show and Tell Author: Jordan Sonnenblick Summary: In this semi-autobiographical (it is shelved as fiction in my library, so who knows where the truth begins and ends), Sonnenblick … Continue reading TBR Thursdays: The Boy Who Failed Show and Tell by Jordan Sonnenblick

Teen Graphic Novel Review: Displacement by Kiku Hughes

Hiya everyone, it's Sarah! Here is my take on this novel, check out Becky's review from a few month's ago. Title: Displacement Author: Kiku Hughes Summary: Kiku is on vacation in San Francisco with her mother. While sightseeing, they are also attempting to visit her deceased grandmother's childhood home. A fog rolls in, which isn't … Continue reading Teen Graphic Novel Review: Displacement by Kiku Hughes