Tag: book review

The Field Guide to the North American Teenager

By Ben Philippe YA novel My Synopsis: Teenaged Black French Canadian Norris Kaplan has to move to Austin Texas after his parents’ divorce. He hates everyone and everything until he kinda doesn’t maybe? Cheerleaders, jocks, romance, the whole high school shebang you see in… Continue Reading “The Field Guide to the North American Teenager”

The Adventures of a South Pole Pig

By Chris Kurtz. At my last library visit, I found a gem of a book that was the one I thought I’d like least of all. The library only had one of the six books I was searching for so I had to browse for… Continue Reading “The Adventures of a South Pole Pig”

Julián Is a Mermaid

by Jessica Love. Julián is a Mermaid is, for me, a book about why I love picture books. It’s a book about the innocence and imagination of children. It’s a book about love. Julián sees something beautiful on his way home and feels the urge,… Continue Reading “Julián Is a Mermaid”

SWEEP

The Story Of a Girl and Her Monster By Jonathan Auxier. This book has to be my favorite book I’ve read so far in 2019. I love history, I love kid lit, I love monsters, and I love mysteries. This was a perfect combination… Continue Reading “SWEEP”

The Land Of Yesterday

By K.A. Reynolds. (254 more pages towards my page challenge hosted by Book Dragon’s Lair) I found this book on MG Book Village’s book club list. I was hoping to join their Twitter discussion but ended up not being available at that time. All… Continue Reading “The Land Of Yesterday”