A lot of books consist of one specific emotion, whether that is sad, happy, or suspenseful. But “Everyday” by David Levithan consists of all of the above and more.
“Everyday” is a teen fiction book, based on two different characters who fall in love but can’t have a relationship due to
Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer follows Magnus, a homeless teenage orphan. Two years ago his mother told him to run, even after her mysterious death he never stopped running. Magnus survived on the streets of Boston avoiding his old life until his sixteenth birthday when his Uncle Randolph
A Russian Jewish immigrant named Clara Lemlich has come to New York City's lower East side to better her life and her family's while supporting them along the way. She is forced to go to work at garment stores and work for 7 days a week for 72 hours or
This book is extremely intriguing and pulls you in from the start. The main character is pretty easy to connect with and the other characters are interesting as well. I love the twist at the end when you find the true identity of the Messenger and how this all ties
The book was amazing. I am not really into books much at all, but this one was different. Now to love this book as much as I did, you have to have a passion for horses. The book goes through lives greatest struggles and how sometimes you have to let
I enjoyed this book a lot because it was a fast read. It kept me interested the whole time I was reading it. Since the main characters are in high school it was easy to relate to some of their struggles that come with being in high school. Not only could
I have a big interest in books that involve mysteries to begin with, and when Mrs. K suggested this book to me I was a little skeptical at first. The book was kind of slow to start get interesting, but like most once it hits a certain point you just
I liked the way that the author created suspense in the book, you were always at the edge of your seat wondering what would happen next. You were always wondering how the main character would get out of the bind he was in. The main character always did what had
I liked how there was really fast paced action to the book. It kept me reading the book so easily.
What challenged me was that I read this book first and did not know there were other books that needed to be read so I had to go back and
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls is a great book that gives us an in-depth look at the author’s life. It details her life's hardships and struggles that she and her siblings had to deal with at a young age and how she survived her parent's crazy and unhealthy lifestyle.
Understanding how our 4 legged animals impact our live in so many ways. How they can be our companion for so many reason. The bond between the dog and its owner was unbreakable in this store helped the farther to a daughter move on after the loss of his wife.
Clockwork Prince is the second in the Infernal Devices prequel trilogy to the bestselling The Mortal Instruments series. I personally loved this book, I couldn’t seem to stop reading it. I often forgot that this book was set in 19th century London, it made talking about outfits a little confusing.