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    Fanmail by Mia Castle. Mia Castle, 2014. Lately, Cat Andrew’s average life has been anything but normal. She has to deal with her mother’s boyfriend and his oh-so perfect daughter, unexpected chemical reactions taking over her brain, and not to mention the lead singer of the most popular bo...
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    Curses and Smoke by Vicky Alvear Shecter. Arthur A. Levine Books, May 27th, 2014. ARC received for review. Lucia is a funny, smart, and beautiful girl who’d much rather be reading, writing, and exploring the outside world rather than living the uneventful life of a proper Roman lady of Pompei...
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    Big Fat Disaster by Beth Fehlbaum. Merit Press, 2014. Colby Denton is the one responsible for ruining her family’s picture-perfect reputation after she discovers that her father was cheating on her mother. The sudden incident leads Colby and her oh-so-perfect sister and mom to move to a poor ...
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    The Secret Diamond Sisters by Michelle Madow. Harlequin Books, 2014. The sisters Savannah, Courtney, and Peyton never knew their father. The three lived with their mother and lived a rather tough life; their mom became a severe alcoholic. Then, when their mother is sent to rehab, the girls are ...
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    Pandemic by Yvonne Ventresca. Sky Pony Press, 2014. Months after a scarring incident at school, Lilianna's life takes an abrupt, downward spiral. Suddenly, the worst happens: the country is hit with a quickly-spreading flu. As the flu kills off thousands of people, Lilianna is stuck at home ...
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    I believe in the power of books. I believe that they can provide education to all who read. There are lots of things left untouched by today’s simple school curriculums. There are more things that can be learned in school as well as outside the classroom. What can help us with learning these th...
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    Gold Manor Ghost House by Merry Brown. YA Books, May 2013. Anna Rose Ellingwood gets her big break when she is cast as one of the characters on TeenTV’s new fall drama: Ghost House. Leaving her home in Hollywood, she moves to a small town in Tennessee to start filming with the rest of the cas...
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    Fates by Lanie Bross. Delacorte Press, February 11th, 2014. ARC received for review. Fates is a book about a girl Corinthe who was banished from the utopia called Pyralis. In order to return to her homeland, she has to kill Lucas, a boy who she starts falling in love with. Honestly, I didn...
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    Lynn knows that she has to protect her pond at all costs. Drought and little rain has brought the world to a state where everyone has to fight for resources, particularly water. Lynn's mother taught her that they have to live ruthlessly: people who come to Lynn's pond either leave thirsty or t...
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    Liv Bloom would do anything to escape foster care. So when she gets an art scholarship to Wickham Hall, the fanciest, most prestigious (and allegedly haunted) school in the country, Liv is ecstatic. Sure, some of the rituals at the school are a little weird, but she is happy because she might make a...
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    The Well’s End by Seth Fishman. G.P. Putnam’s Sons, February 25th, 2014. ARC received for review. Mia Kish has always been afraid of the dark. Ever since she fell down that well as a baby, nothing has ever been the same. Years later, Mia attends a fancy school called Westbrook Academy. She ...
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    Bird by Crystal Chan. Simon & Schuster, Jan. 28th, 2014. ARC received for review. Jewel never knew her brother Bird. His real name was John, but he liked to jump off of things a lot. So no one called him John, anyway. Her parents blame her grandpa for Bird’s death. Her parents are convinc...
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    After a homeroom of sophomores gets their flu shots, they didn’t expect one side effect: Telepathic powers. Now everyone can hear their friends’ thoughts. And their teachers’ thoughts. Even their parents’! The problem is: How long can they keep the secret that they can read minds? How did a ...
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    3:59 by Gretchen McNeil. HarperCollins Publishers, September 2013. ARC received for review. This book falls under the category of science fiction. It’s about a girl named Josie Byrne, a scientific genius with a not-so perfect life. Recently, her parents divorced, she lost her job, and she broke...
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    Full-Ride by Margaret Peterson Haddix. Simon & Schuster, Nov. 2013. ARC received for review. Full-Ride by Margaret Peterson Haddix is a realistic fiction book in which a girl named Becca is getting ready to apply for college. The only problem is that her father is a well-known criminal. Ever...
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    Serafina’s Promise by Ann E. Burg. Scholastic Press, Oct. 2013. ARC received for review. The book Serafina’s Promise is a realistic fiction book written in verse about a small girl with a very big heart. She lives with her family in Haiti and she dreams of becoming a doctor. Serafina believe...
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    Switched at Birthday by Natalie Standiford. Scholastic Press, Feb. 25th, 2014. ARC received for review. Imagine your usual, popular girl versus the geeky, “uncool” girl. Only make them switch places, and see how that turns out! In the book Switched at Birthday, two very different girls in two...
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    The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider. HarperCollins Publishers, Sep. 2013. ARC received for review. The Beginning of Everything is a book about how new and sometimes good beginnings can start from bad endings. In this book, Ezra Faulkner is a really popular jock at Eastwood High. But wh...

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