Hi All! Today is the spookiest day of the year and we at Bickering Book Reviews decided to share with you a list of books that may bring you chills and make you sleep with the light on. We hope you enjoy!Becky's List:Welcome to the Dark House by Laurie Faria StolarzEveryone has a nightmare; the … Continue reading Happy Halloween!
The video in which we present the spooky and creepy "And the Trees Crept In" by Dawn Kurtagich just in time for Halloween.
Happy birthday Scorpios! If you were born between October 23rd and November 21st, it is your time of the year to shine. Your stubborn loyalty, no nonsense, tell it like it is nature is great when you are on my side, though sometimes it wounds my Leo pride. However, I do not want to be … Continue reading What’s Your Sign: Scorpio Books
Hi All! Tomorrow, October 23rd, is what many of my friends consider a holiday more important than the one on October 31st. This holiday, of course, is the return of "The Walking Dead". Yes, the season 7 premiere of the AMC show is a much awaited event that I have decided to mark with a … Continue reading Books for The Walking Dead Fans
The video in which we discuss the good and the not so good of Raina Telegmeier's Ghosts.
October is certainly a month that works to bring awareness to many serious issues. Today is national #spiritday, which works to promote anti-bullying. However, the main focus of this entry is to talk about domestic violence, which is emotionally or physically violent behaviors against a spouse or significant other. YA books truly take on the … Continue reading October: Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Hey everyone!Today's reading with a side of pairs an old YA classic with comfort food.Rosie and Skate by Beth Ann BaumanRosie and Skate are sister's whose single father has been sent to prison for stealing, while drunk. All of their lives, the two have had to cope with their father's drinking. While, Skate, the older … Continue reading Reading with a side of…
The video in which we discuss "The Movie Version" by Emma Wunsch.
Gosh! We have been talking about some serious issues, this one being very close to my heart. Bullying is such a great example of how terrible humans can be to each other, sometimes even progressing to deadly consequences. I have seen and been on the receiving end of these painful actions. The slow chipping away … Continue reading Books for National Bullying Prevention Month-Sarah’s Thoughts
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Bullying has reached epidemic proportions in the United States. Millions of teens are bullied every year and their stories are told in hundreds of YA books. Here is my list of five excellent YA books that tell the true story of teens that were bullied. Some Girls Are by … Continue reading Books for National Bullying Prevention Month