Tag Archives: Wylie Texas

Rethinking Normal by Katie Rain Hill

Rethinking Normal by Katie Rain Hill About: In this first-person account, Katie reflects on her pain-filled childhood and the events leading up to the life-changing decision to undergo gender reassignment as a teenager. She reveals the unique challenges she faced … Continue reading

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Shadowshaper by Daniel Josè Older

Shadowshaper by Daniel Josè Older “Paint a mural. Start a battle. Change the world.” About:  Sierra Santiago planned an easy summer of making art and hanging out with her friends. Then, a corpse crashes the first party of the season changing … Continue reading

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H.I.V.E.: Higher Institute of Villainous Education by Mark Walden

H.I.V.E.: Higher Institute of Villainous Education by Mark Walden About: Otto Malpense may only be thirteen years old, but so far he has managed to run the orphanage where he lives, and he has come up with a plan clever … Continue reading

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Yentl’s Best of 2015

All Fall Down by Ally Carter About:  This novel is about a girl whose mother is murdered under mysterious circumstances. She takes initiative and starts to investigate her mother’s murder. Why I Recommend: It is a very suspenseful book that … Continue reading

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Jenn’s Best of 2015

Ink & Bone by Rachel Caine About:  Ruthless and supremely powerful, the Great Library is now a presence in every major city, governing the flow of knowledge to the masses. Alchemy allows the Library to deliver the content of the greatest … Continue reading

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Audrey’s 2015 FAVz!

1.) All American Boys by Jason Reynolds: Reynolds and Kiely have crafted not only the most important book I’ve read this year, but possibly ever. This is a multi-faceted look at race relations in America; police brutality; growing up in America, and what … Continue reading

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Veronica’s Best of 2015

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard About: Mare Barrow’s world is divided by blood–those with red and those with silver. Mare and her family are lowly Reds, destined to serve the Silver elite whose supernatural abilities make them nearly gods. Mare … Continue reading

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