Monthly Archives: July 2012

Book Review- Brain Jack by Brian Falkner

The computer age is here, with our every keystroke we blaze a trail that anyone can follow.  But what if we didn’t have to type in our thoughts, what if we could just connect up to the computer interface with … Continue reading

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Book Review- Little Women & Me by Lauren Baratz-Logsted

In this book, Emily must write a paper for school about what she would change in her favorite story.  She chooses Little Women by Louisa May Alcott; Emily is certain that she knows how to improve the story.  But somehow … Continue reading

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Book Review- Curveball: The year I lost my grip by Jordan Sonnenblick

The transition from 8th to 9th grade is hard enough without your whole world crumbling around you.  That is what happens to Peter during the summer before starting high school.  His future as a baseball pitcher on the high school … Continue reading

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Book Review- Darkness becomes Her by Kelly Keaton

Ari is a teenager who has been stuck in the foster child program due to her mother’s suicide at an early age.  While life has been hard for her, Ari finally finds a good foster family to live with but … Continue reading

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