Tag Archives: teen romance

The Sun is Also a Star

My memory is a little fuzzy as to why I picked this up – but I am a sucker for a good teen romance, and this adds to my #OwnVoices goals as well. The Sun is Also a Star by … Continue reading

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before & P.S. I Still Love You

Jenny Han’s hit books have a heady mix of relationships romantic and not, ethical dilemmas, trouble and hilarity. I was very excited to read just last week that Han is writing a new one. Continue reading

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A Spy in the House. The Agency Book 1

And back to British mysteries for teens with Asian protagonists – yes, that does seem oddly specific, but there we have it.  This is another one my interwebs people recommended to me, and it is lots of fun. A Spy … Continue reading

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Eleanor & Park

I’d mentally flagged this as a book I wanted to read before it was even published, but things going the way they do, I didn’t actually check it out from the library until I had a gap in my listening … Continue reading

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Fangirl

I was meaning to focus on middle grade and teen speculative fiction in my Armchair Cybils reading, but I couldn’t resist this story of an introverted book girl starting college. This one is nominated in the Teen Fiction category, though, … Continue reading

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Emerald Green

Happy Hannukah! It’s not really our holiday to celebrate otherwise, but we always enjoy celebrating it along with friends. In keeping with the season, here’s an older post of picture books: Hannukah for Wee Ones. And now, back to me … Continue reading

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Linger

It occurs to me that I finished listening to Shiver, the first book in this trilogy, in early September of 2010, driving to and from the hospital. I didn’t get the books I read those couple months reviewed at all. … Continue reading

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Matched

Matched by Ally Condie In the Society, problems have been smoothed away by careful application of statistical science. Everyone is told what to eat and wear and where to work. But everyone is pretty much happy, and guaranteed to live … Continue reading

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