Archive for July, 2013

The Hunger Games

Posted on July 29, 2013. Filed under: 10+, Girls' Books, Includes Explosions, Misleading Books |

Look, if you want the summary, you can Google it or Wikipedia it. Or ¬†you probably know the story, anyways. I’ve only read Book One. The book, being set in a complex post-apocalyptic society, would take at least 500 words for me to explain. This is my opinion. A lot of books make me cry. […]

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Crazy Dangerous

Posted on July 24, 2013. Filed under: 10+, Action, Books set at School, Boys' Books, Girls' Books, Includes Explosions |

Sam Hopkins is a good kid. He’s a Preacher’s Kid in a small town. Which means that he’s completely shocked when a bunch of thugs starts teaching him how to steal cars. He knows he should stop hanging out with them, but can’t bring himself to stop until he sees them beating up a schoolmate, […]

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Spatulas Down!

Posted on July 15, 2013. Filed under: Uncategorized |

That’s the title of my latest book, exclamation point and all! It has only been published from the first of July. Thirteen-year-old Wendy is excited to finally have a chance to show off her cooking skills in a reality TV show. With bizzarre food challenges, an annoying show host, irritating judges, and a contestant whose […]

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Catch-Ups

Posted on July 15, 2013. Filed under: Books set at School, Boys' Books, Fairy Tales, Girls' Books, Horses |

Okay, I took a 6-month leave of absence! So sue me. Now, I vow to quickly catch up with all the books I found, liked, and didn’t post. The Whole Story of Half a Girl, by Veera Hiranandani. A sixth-grade girl looses her feeling of identity when she switches schools. $6.99. A Horse of Her […]

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