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Narrated by True North, this is a story of overcomers.  When times get tough, True and her family discover what’s important.  This book mainly deals with kids who are struggling through a…
Helen Gayle said, “If you educate a girl, you educate a nation.” Ki and Sang Ly live in a tough place with very little hope for the future, until Sang Ly finds her golden ticket.  This isn’t j…
The Nature of Small Birds tugs at all of the heartstrings and even a few one might not know exist. Susie Finkbeiner has captured the art of writing books from different characters’ perspectives.  …
Buckle up, because this book is a bit of a bumpy ride, in all of the best ways! It’s been quite a few years since I read We Were Liars, and this book is the prequel to that so unfortunately I may have…
What begins as a story about a freshman girl looking for validation through a boyfriend, ends up being a multi-layered coming-of-age story looking at what it means to be your authentic self, figuring …
I have been very fortunate in my YA book choices lately and I Am the Ghost in Your House is yet another delightful new release that I will be reading again in the future. (I love to revisit favorites …
Chloe is just an average kid, well, maybe not completely average.  She lives in a single parent household and her mom works all the time.  Chose feels abandoned and forgotten.  But when…
This early to middle grade book may have just wormed its way into my favorite books pile. Mr. Pottle is a man who this website loves...he saves books. Not just any particular book, but every book. …
A family's old, beloved dog takes a final road trip to help his people find forgiveness and healing. Meg Gorton finds herself alone and lonely in Florida. Three years earlier, she packed what she co…
I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love a book that takes the real world and infuses it with a little magical realism, especially if it’s done in a way that is almost believable and makes my ima…
In these modern times, I'm fairly certain that almost everyone has had at least a moment or two when they wish they could just get away from all of the updates and near constant connectivity that tech…
Suzanne Woods Fisher concludes her Three Sisters Island trilogy with At Lighthouse Point.  If you did not pick up the first two, it is highly encouraged.  Otherwise, you will be thrown into major sibl…