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Behind the Scenes is the first book in Jen Turano's Apart From the Crowd series.  This historical piece taking place in New York is particularly amusing for those of us who find so…
In need of a short and easy mental vacation?  Then this is your book.  The story is light and flows easily.  The characters are well-rounded yet it didn't take a lot of mental energy to follow their g…
It's rare to read a story about a kick-butt protagonist who is also vulnerable and humble, but that's what you'll get with Jocelyn Steely in Enemy Exposure. Jocelyn's part of a diverse spy t…
In her debut novel, Braced, author Alyson Gerber gives a realistic account of what it's like to have scoliosis, based on her personal, real-life experience, On the surface, this novel appear…
Although the publisher's note and jacket cover make this book's set-up and catalytic events seem utterly urgent and plausible, the truth is that the author is really asking the reader to check their s…
Sofie Seacove has always been drawn to the sea, even after the rest of the world is engulfed in Sea Fever, a fear of water so severe that a glass of tap water can cause mass panic.  In order to b…
For Wren life was perfect until her parents decided to get a divorce at the beginning of the summer and then quickly sending her to her grandparents in another city.  Now, at the beginning of the…
For those craving a satisfying fantasy read, look no further than Cinda Williams Chima's The Demon King.  A full cast of characters, a map (all truly great fantasy books have one), treason, …
How To Outsmart a Billion Robot Bees is a hilarious, action-packed adventure that is a second novel in the Genius Factor series created by author Paul Tobin. Even though it is the secon…
Set in the South during the Great Depression, Otherwise Known as Possum by Maria D. Laso is middle grade historical fiction with a charming protagonist, LizBetty aka Possum. Possum is a piece of work,…
Mental illness comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes and in Family Game Night and Other Catastrophes, readers get to see the effect of how hoarding and the cause behind it can really hurt not on…
The author of this book is a master of suspense.  The quality of writing lives up to John Flanagan's usual level of intrigue, captivating realms, and swashbuckling characters.  Written by th…