Restart by Gordon Korman

Okay GorDON Korman, you get a full chicken dinner of five out of five birds for Restart. Was it cheesy? Maybe a little bit but I absolutely loved the message and the feeling I was left with. The book is written in many students perspectives and really allows you to see the WHOLE picture. You... Continue Reading →

Anne’s House of Dreams by L.M. Montgomery

I'll give L.M. Montgomery 4 out of 5 birds for Anne's House of Dreams. Anne is one of my all time favorite characters, but I didn't feel like she was all there in this book. I had glimpses of her, but I didn't get the same feelings as some of the first few books. I... Continue Reading →

People Like Us by Dana Mele

  I give Dana Mele's book People Like Us 3 out of 5 birds. The beginning of this book drew me in but then I lost my gumption for it in the middle. I finished it and the ending was not completely what I expected, so I felt redeemed. It was very mean girl vs... Continue Reading →

You Too? by Janet Gurtler

I give You Too? by Janet Gurtler 5 out of 5 birds! I received this months ago from Netgalley but had such a hard time opening hence the delay.... But I'm so glad I did! I think everyone should read it. My eyes were open to new ways of thinking. Ideas that were not even... Continue Reading →

The Button War by Avi

The Button War deserves 5 out of 5 birds from me! I was recommended this book by a school librarian who knows that my taste isn't unicorns, rainbows, and happiness. It was opposite of that. The Button War had a feeling similar to Lord of the Flies.... When I was reading it I was under... Continue Reading →

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