Monthly Archives: July 2014

Prisoner of Night and Fog

Hi everyone! Hope your week is going well. As you can probably see, today’s book is Prisoner of Night and Fog, written by debut author Anne Blankman. (I’m actually reading something on my summer reading list, yay!) Oh, did this give me … Continue reading

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To Be Read: Summer Edition

Hi everyone! It’s summer! A time for ice cream and beaches and getting sucked into books instead of doing your summer homework. And, despite the fact that it’s almost the end of July, this post is about what I want … Continue reading

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We Were Liars

Guys. Guys, it’s We Were Liars. I have been waiting for this book for months. MONTHS. AND NOW I HAS READ IT. And, y’know, promptly had my brain broken. I have a question: Why do all the good books hurt? … Continue reading

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Walter Dean Myers

Hi everyone. As many of you have probably already heard, Walter Dean Myers, author of more than 100 books for children and a former National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, died July 1st at the age of 76. To be … Continue reading

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