Video Review: 5 Novels for Teens that Build Character
Clare Cannon | 18 Mar 2012 |
tags: adolescence, character, friendship, humor, work
written for ages 13-16 | highly recommended
www.GoodReadingGuide.com highlights 5 books that will inspire teens:
1. Crash by Jerry Spinelli
2. Finally by Wendy Mass
3. A Stranger to Command by Sherwood Smith
4. As Easy As Falling Off the Face of the Earth by Lynne Rae Perkins
5. Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
Clare Cannon is the editor of www.GoodReadingGuide.com and the manager of Portico Books in Sydney.
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