Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Infinite Moment of Us — Lauren Myracle

Amulet Books, Out August 20, 2013 Wren has always done exactly what her parents wanted and before now, what her parents wanted and what she wanted overlapped…but not so much anymore. The summer after her senior year of high school … Continue reading

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The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: The Mysterious Howling — Maryrose Wood

HarperCollins, 2010 Miss Penelope Lumley, a recent graduate from the Swanburne Academy for Poor Bright Females is in for a shock when she takes her first job as a governess at Ashton Place. The three children she finds there were … Continue reading

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Going Vintage — Lindsey Leavitt

Bloomsbury, March 2013 When Mallory’s boyfriend, Jeremy cheats on her with an online girlfriend, she decides that in order to de-Jeremy her life she needs to de-modernize her life too. When Mallory finds a list her grandmother wrote before she … Continue reading

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Crewel — Gennifer Albin

Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2012 Adelice can change the very fabric of reality, but her parents want her to keep her power hidden. They don’t want her to become a Spinster, a seemingly powerful women who can control others destinies … Continue reading

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The Summer I Became a Nerd — Leah Rae Miller

Entangled Teen, May 2013 Maddie is a seemingly normal girl. She’s a cheerleader and part of the popular crowd at her high school. However, she’s has a secret. She LOVES comic books and sci-fi and all things nerdy. Her perfectly … Continue reading

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A Year Down Yonder — Richard Peck

In this sequel to A Long Way From Chicago,¬†Mary Alice is now 15 and is sent to live with her Grandma Dowdel in the boondocks of Illinois. She is not excited to live in a place that is so different … Continue reading

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Fire — Kristin Cashore

In this companion/prequelish to Graceling,¬†Fire is the last remaining human monster in the Dells. She has the ability to see into peoples minds and alter their thoughts. She is hesitant to use this power because her father abused it and … Continue reading

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