I could not force myself to finish it.
Suicide is a difficult and dark subject.
Thirteen-year-old girl turns mutineer.
Charley wants to save lives by killing others.
A must read for young women hoping to marry someday.
An engaging and cultured story for young teens that actually makes them think.
There’s nothing quite like a good romance. But what makes a literary romance ‘good’ or ‘bad’ for teens?
Shusterman's account seems about right to me.
One book that has people talking this summer.
Why are so many adults reading young adult literature? It used to be the other way around.
This remarkable story teaches history, humanity and hope. Why did I avoid it for so long?!
Could it influence the next generation of voters, even those who've been taught better?
A series that puts heart into history.
Historical Fiction, Friendship, Romance, Family, Music, Art, Culture...
An appealing young adult novel about race relations in the early twentieth century.
The Count de Muguet was a cruel man.
A new Regency Romance for young adults.
Winner of both the Michael J. Printz and Carnegie Medals? This reviewer has a different take on this book.
Entertaining summer (or winter) reading for the holidays.
This review probably won't be popular, but it's important to talk about these issues.
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