Hi All! Sarah has already shared some of her favorite banned or challenged books and here are a few of mine. Just to reiterate: we are endorsing these books based on their merit and a firm belief that library's should not limit access to anyone. Library are in place to access to material and services … Continue reading Banned Book Week Part II
Hello all!I, Sarah, am kicking off this banned book week celebration. Banned Books Week is one of my favorite weeks of the year. It is a time we book nerds celebrate the right to read whatever the heck we want. It is also the time of year when the American Library Association spits at censorship … Continue reading Banned Books Week- September 25th through October 1st
We at Bickering Books felt it was necessary for us to reply to VOYA's review of Kody Keplinger's Run and VOYA's (Voice of Youth Advocacy) response to the criticism of their review. We reviewed Keplinger's book at the beginning of August. Sarah enjoyed it more than Becky who thought that it didn't quite live up … Continue reading In Response to VOYA’s Review of Run
The video in which we discuss why we really didn't like "Stealing Snow" by Danielle Page.
There are so many romance novels out there told from the female perspective, but I think it is time to give kudos to the guys. Here are some great romance novels told from a male perspective. Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell (excerpt taken from my Goodreads account) Eleanor begins the school year at a … Continue reading Teen Romance Books with a Male Perspective
Happy September everyone! It is once again time for our monthly list of books that go perfectly with your sign. This time were look at the sign Libra. If your birthday falls between September 22 and October 23 you were born under the sign known for hospitality, flirtatious, unreliable, romantic, and being just. And now … Continue reading What’s Your Sign: Libra Books
Sarah already gave you her list of books to help you celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month but here's my list. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!Perfect Chemistry by Simone ElkelesBrittany Ellis is the perfect blonde princess. Her perfect life has been crafted by her parents but everything changes when she meets … Continue reading Books for National Hispanic Heritage Month: Part II
The video in which we discuss Sarah's first Abbi Glines' book and Becky explains why she is a fan.
National Hispanic Heritage Month for 2016 lasts from September 15th through October 15th. While National Hispanic Heritage Month website can better explain the awesomeness of this month. I am going to try and provide my own two cents. It is within this month we recognize the contributions of some rock star Hispanic authors and some … Continue reading Books for National Hispanic Heritage Month: Part I
Watch us try to review a book in less than 120 seconds.Sarah reviews This Ordinary Life by Jennifer Walkup.Becky Reviews P.S. I Like you by Kasie West.