- Feb 2, 2021
The Project by Courtney Summers
There is no sunshine in this story. It’s dark, stormy, at times hopeless, and felt like a constant uphill battle. But when you go up...
- Jan 21, 2021
Teen Killers Club by
How do you pass up a book with a title this creepy surrounded by bubble gum pink background? Obviously, I didn’t. Signal, a Class A...
- Mar 27, 2018
Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart
This book is just FUN (as long as your idea of fun is a super-dark, sometimes shockingly violent, psychological thriller). Told in a...
- Jan 9, 2018
Batman: Nightwalkers (DC Icons #2) by Marie Lu
Being a Batman fan is not a prerequisite to enjoy this story, in fact, very few bats are mentioned at all. Lu does a good job of weaving...
- Jan 9, 2018
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
What do you do when your parents are brutally murder right in front of you? Go live with the guy who did it, obviously. Jude, her twin...
- Jan 5, 2018
Thunderhead (Arc of a Scythe #2) by Neal Shusterman
*Release date is January 9th! Mrs. Grieshaber and I were fortunate enough to attend the ALAN Workshop held in STL this year, in November,...
- Nov 13, 2017
Amy Chelsea Stacie Dee by Mary G. Thompson
I love saying to students, “You’ll love this book! It’s about this girl who gets kidnapped.” And, then we both look at each other,...
- Oct 4, 2017
Wonder Woman by Leigh Bardugo
“Super hero icons meet megastar authors” is the tagline from the publishers of a new set of YA novels and Leigh Bardugo, of Six of Crows...