Monthly Archives: November 2008

Shadow Kiss: A Vampire Academy Novel

by Richelle Mead So, I’m not really going to describe what’s happened in this novel seeing how it’s book three and so much hinges on what has happened in books one and two.  Just know, the story continues to build.  … Continue reading

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Cybele Wordle

At our Teen Services meeting yesterday, someone discussed the use of the website Wordle (which she had heard about from one of her sessions at the YA Lit Symposium) for a fun programming idea.  To illustrate Wordle she used my review … Continue reading

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Cybele's Secret

by Juliet Marillier Paula, the family scholar with dreams of owning her own book-selling business, is travelling with her father to Istanbul to help him obtain an ancient religious artifact called Cybele’s Gift.  While they realize their journey could be … Continue reading

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Cybele’s Secret

by Juliet Marillier Paula, the family scholar with dreams of owning her own book-selling business, is travelling with her father to Istanbul to help him obtain an ancient religious artifact called Cybele’s Gift.  While they realize their journey could be … Continue reading

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The Adoration of Jenna Fox

First: Let’s revisit (from one of my earlier posts) this awesome book trailer… Now, on to the review: by Mary E. Pearson Jenna was in a horrible accident and it has taken her a year to wake up.  Now that … Continue reading

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And the National Book Award Winner is…

What I Saw and How I Lied by Judy Blundell Also, check out the interview with Judy Blundell.

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Impossible

by Nancy Werlin Lucy Scarborough is looking forward to prom and her first date with the shy Gray Spencer.  She has a pretty dress and the ironic red high tops to go with it.  She’s ready to go.  The only … Continue reading

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