Meg and Colby come from different worlds. Meg is academic and upper middle class, with divorced parents and an almost sure acceptance to Cornell.
Continuing the swashbuckling saga begun with Seafire, Natalie C.
“the writing is smooth and the story compelling, making it a fun, quick read.”
“Fan the Fame is smart, fun, and touching.
“‘If you had a nice boy, there would never be a need to lie.’
It might be easy to simply call Hello Girls a YA Thelma and Louise, but it is so much more . . .
“Sorry for Your Loss is a beautiful, sad, humorous book that traverses the deep and debilitating world of sorrow.”
“The scope of this brilliantly imagined story is breathtaking. In it we cross dimensions and enter worlds never before seen . . .”
Many young adult novels can be enjoyed by readers from 8 to 88. Others are tightly aimed at teenagers.
Every teenager has hang ups about some physical aspect of themselves. Seventeen-year-old Sarah Burke is no exception.
This is a tale of how friendship can bloom and warm the most unique of hearts.
Emerson Watts is pretty much your average teen girl. She goes to an alternative high school in New York City where she gets somewhat decent grades and is popular among her peers.
Mary Hanlon Stone’s debut novel is a fairly short book at 278 pages, but it is not short on the impact it makes.