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YA Home Run Authors: Julie’s Weekly Review

This week I've asked the Perfect 10 Teen Panel to help with the theme because it involves a lot of book titles.DEFINITION OF A YA HOME RUN AUTHOR: (I made this term up, btw) A YA author who you've read at least 4 books from and loved at least 4 books. Get it? Home Run...it [...]

YA Home Run Authors: Julie’s Weekly Review2018-02-19T13:58:05+00:00

YA Neighborly Love Books: Julie’s Weekly Review

This is an odd theme, I realize that, but I'm all about odd themes. If fact, if you look up at the tabs, you can read lists from previous week themes.So, neighborly love books are about finding love or at least a little fling with the character next door or down the street, or at [...]

YA Neighborly Love Books: Julie’s Weekly Review2018-02-19T13:58:07+00:00

YA Road Trip Books: Julie’s Weekly Review

Amy Curry thinks her life sucks. Her mom decides to move from California to Connecticut to start anew--just in time for Amy's senior year. Her dad recently died in a car accident. So Amy embarks on a road trip to escape from it all, driving cross-country from the home she's always known toward her new [...]

YA Road Trip Books: Julie’s Weekly Review2018-02-19T13:58:11+00:00

YA Titles On Death And Dying

I scheduled this theme before I knew what a hard week this would be for me to choose this particular theme, but I truly feel these books are so important and maybe more important after we've experienced loss of our own.On Saturday, I wrote a post devoted to my grandfather whom my family lost this [...]

YA Titles On Death And Dying2018-02-19T13:58:12+00:00

UN-COVERED #6: Mark Perini Reviews Looking for Alaska

 As a result of the last episode of UN-COVERED and your votes, the topic chosen for Mark (aka-model Jackson) to blog about is Mark reviewing a YA favorite. He chose Looking For Alaska, by John Green and I decided to include his review this week since it’s Boarding School week and this is, in fact, [...]

UN-COVERED #6: Mark Perini Reviews Looking for Alaska2018-02-19T13:58:13+00:00

YA Boarding Schools: Interviews with Boarding School Students

Continuing our YA Boarding School theme from Monday’s post, I had the pleasure of interviewing two teens who currently attend actual boarding schools! How awesome is that? Here’s what I found out from Kristina and Allie. Kristina attends a school in New York that boards only part time except for international students and Allie attends [...]

YA Boarding Schools: Interviews with Boarding School Students2018-02-19T13:58:13+00:00

YA Boarding School Books

This week is all about YA books set in boarding schools. Only, I’ve added a twist and decided only the non-magical, non-supernatural titles will be included. I did this because I wanted to present a real, true look at boarding school. In fact, on Thursday the P10 members and guest members will be suggesting titles [...]

YA Boarding School Books2018-02-19T13:58:13+00:00