Teen Book Reviews

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  • 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!

  • The Girl From The Well by Rin Chupeco
    Okiku is a ghost who died hundreds of years ago. She now haunts murderers and revenges the deaths of innocent children. One day, she sees Tark and is immediately drawn to him by the dark spirit attached to him. Can she save the boy from the evil that lurks? This ghost story was original. It consistently kept me on my toes wondering what would happen next....
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!

  • Half Bad by Sally Green
    This is a book of fantasies. Lookis like being born to be both Wite witch and black witch isn't easy. Nathan just happened to be the only half white and half black witch in the world. The council kills all the black witches; and Nathan, lcoked in a cage, shackled up, treated with hate, trained to kill his father, Marcuhs, the most powerful black witch. Nathan knows that he won't kill Marcus, but he as to find him, receive his three gifts, before the time is up....
    Rating: Check Catalog!

  • Love is the Drug by Alaya Dawn Johnson
    Emily Bird, a perfect student with a perfect boyfriend, and a perfect future. But a chance meeting with a government agent leads to him waking up a couple days later in a hospital, with no memory of what happened at the night. In the meantime, a deadly fly virus is sweeping through the world. And the agent was sure that Bird knows something about the virus-something about the secret work her parents have been conducting in the lab. As Bird and her friend Coffee dig deeper into what happened that night, she realized she might know more than she remembers....
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!

  • Three Cups Of Tea: One Man's Journey To Change The World...One Child At A Time by Sarah L. Thomson
    When Greg gets lost while climbing K2 (a huge mountain) he loses almost all hope, well, that is until he wanders into a kind village. He quickly becomes great friends with the villager and makes a promise to build a school for the village. Later he builds it for them and starts his mission to build schools, hospitals, and wells. This kind man, Greg, has improved and saved many children's lives. This is a great book! I could not put it down!!...
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!

  • Impulse by Ellen Hopkins
    Suspenseful and intriguing, as you discover what made three kids attempt to take their own lives. Page-turner and will keep you up all night as the truth beyond the coping of sex, cutting, OD-ing, and attempting unfolds....
    Rating: 5 Check Catalog!

  • Moon Over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool
    It's mostly the story of Abilene, a girl sent to live with family friends during the Great Depression. While she is there, her and her friends try and solve an old town mystery, and that is what this book is about. As the book progresses, you learn more and more about Manifest. Read this Newberry award-winning book to find out more!...
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!

  • The Red Necklace: A Story of the French Revolution by Sally Gardner
    The story is set in Paris, 1789. A mysterious Gypsy boy, Yann knows what people are thinking and can throw his voice. On the night of a special performance, he meets shy Sido, a lonely heiress with a cold-hearted father. While revolution is about to begin, Sido is being used as a pawn of the fearful villain Count Kalliovski. Only Yann is able to oppose him....
    Rating: 4 Check Catalog!