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  • Book Review | Young, Dumb & Naive

      Pages: 208Audience: 12-17 Self-Published 01/21/2019Genre: (juvenile) Fiction   REVIEW: It's Azerica Christian's first day as a freshman in high s...
  • BOOK REVIEW | BOOKS BY BUNNY MEIGHAN

    Remind youth (or anyone) that it is okay to be curious about the differences you see in others, but that there is an understanding and compassionate way of doing so.
  • BOOK REVIEW | BOOKS BY DANUAL BERKLEY

    Imagine the love and brilliance floating around a classroom or home, or even outside, before, during and after reading this story? 
  • BOOK REVIEW | SOPHIE WASHINGTON: THE SNITCH

    THEMES: Family, friendship, bullying, peer pressure, problem-solving.

    LESSON: Trust and communication are key in this story as it is in life. 

  • BOOK REVIEW | Tomorrow

    I would recommend this book if you've been in a reading slump, if you love urban fiction, or if you need to add some spice to your life. If you are a fan of Zane books or The Coldest Winter ever...grab this!! 
  • BOOK REVIEW | Jade's Journey: The Newness

    The big conflict of it all is that not only does she have to move to a new state and home away from everything she's ever know, she's having trouble making friends. 
  • BOOK REVIEW | Dark Shades of the American Dream

    An important quote from the book read, " I foolishly believed that sacrificing my youth and dedicating my life to learning to care for the ailing would not only garner societal respect but perhaps even collective acceptance." 
  • Carmen Rubin | Behind the books

    Find out more about author, Carmen Rubin and check out the reviews of Honcho Hates Mud, The Gifted Guitar and Ashti Meets Birdman Al.
  • BOOK REVIEW | BOOKS BY CARLI

    "Books by Carli are feel-good books written with love." - Carline
  • | BOOK REVIEW | The Summer Of Chances - Movement 1

    If I had to pick a quote (from the book) that would set the mood for the book, it would be this - "when you walk into the man you become, everything will follow." 
  • | BOOK REVIEW | Not All Superheroes Wear Capes

    In this book we learn that not only do they all wear capes, but that they aren't all fictional characters. One thing they have in common, they're here to protect you! "They help us feel better when good feelings go away."
  • Princess for Hire |Book Review|

    Princess For Hire is a beautiful tale about self-discovery, self-esteem and family. This story paired with the illustrations of Mariel G. will be the perfect story for the little princess in your life.