When I am older, I will curl up with Finding Audrey as a precious memory of what it was like for me, growing up as a middle child between two brothers. Brothers who like video games.
Finding Audrey begins with a livid mother, a horrified brother trotting nervously around the front lawn, and a computer, leaning precariously over the edge of a two story window.
Oh, the good ol’ days.
Continue reading ➞ Finding Audrey – By Sophie Kinsella
“Sure to cause goose bumps all the way to the dramatic and surprising end.” – School Library Journal
Bliss is a chilling story of racism, murder, and an ugly desire for a power beyond what we can see.
Lauren Myracle has ingeniously intertwined these three gripping topics to being a teenage girl in the 1960s.
Continue reading ➞ “Bliss” – By Lauren Myracle
“Don’t pack away the book with the blood on it,” I said.
My mom scanned the stacks and stacks of books that lined the wall under my window. “Which book?”
“It has blood on it. No. It has blood on it.”
Continue reading ➞ The Perfect October Read