Tag Archives: YA literature

Flower arrangements that look like book covers

Gorgeous! Could this be a possible library program??? 10 Flower Arrangements that Look Like YA Covers, from Epic Reads http://25.media.tumblr.com/43eab7d6b45aba1614c639f61618183c/tumblr_mpof9u0IN61qdlytco7_1280.jpg Advertisements

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Have you checked out this years Outstanding International Books? You can find the 2014 list, compiled by USBBY members, with annotations in the February issue of School Library Journal: … Outstanding International Books 2014

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Big Dresses Display

historyhobbit: Needs more lace.

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Dangerous by Shannon Hale

Happy Book Birthday to Dangerous! Get ready to have your world rocked by Maisie Brown. Maisie Danger Brown that is. Yes, danger IS her middle name. La Peligrosa, as fellow astronaut camp trainee Jonathon Wilder (as in Jonathon Ingalls Wilder) calls her. … Continue reading

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Double Happiness

“‘Sometimes fate or life or whatever you want to call it, leaves a door a little open and you walk through it. But sometimes it locks the door and you have to find the key, or pick the lock, or … Continue reading

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more on Paris & Just One Day

  … but then I turn in the other direction and there’s the Seine. And there’s Paris. Postcard Paris! Paris from French Kiss and from Midnight in Paris and from Charade and every other Paris film I’ve ever seen. I … Continue reading

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I think you’re the sort of person who finds money on the ground and waves it in the air and asks if anyone has lost it. I think you cry in movies that aren’t even sad because you have a … Continue reading

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tubooks: 2014 American Indian Youth Literature Awards announced Congratulations to author Joseph Bruchac for winning the Best Young Adult Novel category with Killer of Enemies! We’re so proud. Congratulations also to Tim Tingle, winner of Best Middle School Novel, and … Continue reading

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I just finished reading this a few hours ago! And loved it! I like this genre of YA Lit that is romantic, not explicit, realistic, not graphic or violent or dystopian, just fun. Pleasure reading. Some angst, but not overwhelming. … Continue reading

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fishingboatproceeds: Congratulations to the 2014 Printz Award winners!!!!! (For those who don’t know, the Printz Award is like the Oscars of YA literature.) Whenever anyone tells you that YA books lack quality or diversity, read some Printz winners. They show … Continue reading

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