2018 is almost over and with the new year comes new books! Here are some of the books we are looking forward to during the first month of 2018. Becky's List The Wicked King by Holly Black Release Date: January 8th Almost a year ago The Cruel Prince left us on a cliffhanger. We're finally going … Continue reading What We’re Excited About? January Books!
Hey everyone, it's Sarah! I saw this book come across my desk as one of the new and notable books for teens. I decided to give it a try as an audiobook because it was read by the students who wrote the book. Summary: This nonfiction book was created in the wake of the school … Continue reading We Say #Never Again by Melissa Falkwoski, et al.
Hi! It's Becky. 2018 is about to come to a close which means it's time to look back on the best books of year. This list are the books I enjoyed reading the most that were published in 2018 not necessarily what I'm expecting to win awards. 10. Dread Nation by Justina Ireland Ireland's book … Continue reading Best of 2018: Becky’s Top Ten
Hiya everyone, it's Sarah! I have slowly been reading through Holly Black’s collection of works and this novel has been on my TBR shelf for awhile now. While I did read some of it, I listened to most of it. The audiobook was read by Jesse Eisenberg, who I am not a fan of, but … Continue reading TBR Check-in: White Cat by Holly Black
Hi everyone! It's Becky, again. I have been having a little bit of a reading slump over the last few weeks. I decided I wanted to read a fun YA romcom and was excited when I found Match Me If You Can by Tiana Smith. It looked like it would perfect to get me out of … Continue reading ARC Review: Match Me If You Can by by Tiana Smith
Alright, so it is the end of the year and time to decide on my favorite books that I have read this year. I have decided not to limit it to the books published this year, but books that I have read this year. I also feel that a few of the books that will … Continue reading Best Books of 2018
Hey everyone, it's Sarah! I thought it was about time for me to add a nonfiction potential to our Mock Printz Award list. I have a difficult time with nonfiction books, but they are an important part of the YA genre. Title: Very, Very, Very Dreadful: The Influenza Pandemic of 1918 Author: Albert Marrin … Continue reading Mock Mondays: Printz Award
Hey everyone, it's Sarah! This graphic has been making waves throughout the literary world because it was recently a finalist for the National Book Award. Also, my YA book discussion group selected it. I have read this novel twice, both times in ARC form, which I received from the publisher in exchange for an honest … Continue reading Hey Kiddo by Jarrett Krosoczka