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Meg
Take me to a book store and it will be at least an hour before you can pry me from the shelves, never leaving empty handed. I have had my own bookcases (that’s right, plural) collecting my favorites since I was little. I like reading not only for the storyline, but also to see the author’s creativity and the way their personality comes through in their writing.
The Break-up Artist is a charming book for teenagers who are in the midst of infatuation themselves. This book accurately portrays the ups and downs of high school in a lighthearted and captivati…
At Season's End is a book about families who stick together through thick and thin. It has the feel of The Grapes of Wrath, but with a more Christian theme.   In this book, two young…
A Billion Reasons Why is filled with almost tangible chemistry that will get your heart pumping in sync with Katie's heart. The whirlwind romance makes it difficult to put the book down. Rea…
This book is perhaps the most accurate portrayal of LDS girls dealing with eating disorders I have ever seen.  There is true internal conflict about needing to be good enough (and thin enough) an…
One man became a millionaire at the wrong time. His daughters pay the worst price. How can a family heal and allow love into their home? It might take an angel to fix things, but what would an angel s…
You Have Seven Messages is a young-adult novel about identity and acceptance.  14-year-old Luna lost a part of her identity when her mother was killed in a car accident a year ago. Now she is using se…