Tween Book Review: Saturdays with Hitchcock by Ellen Wittlinger

Hi Everyone!  It's Becky, again and I'm here to share with you another book I got at BEA Saturday's with Hitchcock by Ellen Wittlinger Release Date: October 10th Summary: Twelve-year-old Maisie loves spending Saturdays at the old movie theater in her small town watching classic movies with her best friend, Cy.  When Cy starts spending … Continue reading Tween Book Review: Saturdays with Hitchcock by Ellen Wittlinger

New-ish Book Review: Kiss Me in New York by Catherine Rider

Hello all, it's Sarah! My journey with this novel has been an interesting one. I attended SLJTeen Live, which is this awesome online conference presented by School of Library Journal (if you haven't been, you should). Several of the promotional materials showcased this book along with its cover. I was hooked, this novel is completely … Continue reading New-ish Book Review: Kiss Me in New York by Catherine Rider

New Book Review: Bernie Sanders Guide to Political Revolution by Bernie Sanders and Kate Waters

Hey everyone, it's Sarah! In the wake of the 2016 political election, there has been a flurry of politically minded books published. Everyday I am putting books on the new display that feature one candidate or another from the election. The country is still having difficulty with the election results even a year later. A … Continue reading New Book Review: Bernie Sanders Guide to Political Revolution by Bernie Sanders and Kate Waters

Tween Book Review: All’s Faire in Middle School by Victoria Jamieson

Hey everyone, it's Sarah! Victoria Jamieson is back and continuing to rock her super cool graphic novel concepts. I loved Roller Girl. Jamieson brought some great exposure to roller derby and its positive impacts. In this new graphic novel, she brings the focus to Medieval Faires a concept even closer to my heart. Summary: Imogen, … Continue reading Tween Book Review: All’s Faire in Middle School by Victoria Jamieson

New Book Review: Autoboyography by Christina Lauren

Summary: Tanner Scott is from a very progressive family.  Tanner's family accepts everything about him especially his bi-sexuallity.  However, when his PFLAG proud parents move Tanner from California to conservative Utah Tanner has to hide part of himself from the world.  Three years, later Tanner has kept his sexuality a secret from his classmates and … Continue reading New Book Review: Autoboyography by Christina Lauren