These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner. Disney Hyperion, 2013. First of all, look at this cover. Just look at it. It's so shiny. I swear, every time I pick up or put down this book, I have to admire it. Wow. Ok, so I read this book because one of my favorite… Continue reading Review: These Broken Stars
Mosquitoland by David Arnold. Viking, 2015. It had been a while since I read a proper YA novel, so I decided to pick this one up from the library. The cover art and the description in the flap appealed to me: it's a story about a girl who runs away from her dad and step-mom… Continue reading Review: Mosquitoland
So I saw "The Fault in Our Stars" at 9PM on June 5th, along with a theater full of screaming teenage girls. I'm not blogging about the film itself. As an adaptation, the film was wonderful. As a film, it was also wonderful. I really have no desire to talk about the quality of the… Continue reading Cheers to TFIOS
Wooo!!!! It's Teen Read Week! (or it was this past week) I am not a teen. But my choice of career path centers around the literacy of young people, so I'm celebrating! In light of Teen Read Week and this beautiful article (GO READ IT! It's Neil Gaiman!) that just came out a few days… Continue reading TEEN READ WEEK!