Teen Book Reviews

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  • The A-Word by Joy Preble
    Jenna's brother died and came back as her guardian angel. After he saved Jenna, he still stayed with Jenna for a long time. She started to wonder what is the true reason for her borther to keep staying in her world....
    Rating: 3 Check Catalog!

  • Green Angel by Alice Hoffman
    This poetic book documents a girl's life after a fire devastated her whole community. The story gives insight into the loss the girl feels and how she copes with it. It will give the reader a new look on life....
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!

  • If You Find Me by Emily Murdoch
    "If You Find Me" is centered around a 15-year-old girl (Carey) and her younger sister Jenessa. Carey has been living in the woods with her drug addict mother for as long as she can remember, until she is found by a social worker and her father. Will she be able to adjust to society?...
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!

  • Thunder by Bonnie Calhoun
    Selah always hated her brothers. She hates them even more since they stole the Lander she caught. When she wakes up in the morning, the Lander mark is on herself. Now she is the haunted. She needs to find out and get her back to normal with Bodhi the Lander her borthers hoped to sell in a mysterious new world....
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!

  • In Real Life by Cory Doctorow & Jen Wang
    I really LOVED this book! I read it in 20 minutes and it was so good! The plot was good and the pictures were amazing! Anda is a girl gamer who finds a love for a new game but winds up finding out that it isn't just about a computer game....
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!

  • Lark Rising by Sandra Waugh
    The author takes a bunch of heaping spoonfuls of romance, adventure, a fantastical world, wonderful characters, action, and suspense and mixes them together to form one of the best books I've read in awhile. I literally could not put this book down and I even went as far as to read it during lunch at school!...
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!

  • In Real Life by Cory Doctorow
    "In Real Life," in my opinion, is a creative book, a realistic fiction book, but it does have mild language. It is for people in 6th-9th grade. I recommend it because this is a funny, serious, adventurous, and full of action book. It is a graphic novel that is very interesting. It has a tad of romance and a tad of sadness. But one thing it definitely has is the right message....
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!