Book Review: This Impossible Light by Lily Myers

Details Title: This Impossible Light Author: Lily Myers Published in: 2017 Pages: 339 Genres: realistic fiction, contemporary fiction, mental health/mental illness, poetry Summary "Fifteen-year-old Ivy’s world is in flux. Her dad has moved out, her mother is withdrawn, her brother is off at college, and her best friend, Anna, has grown distant. Worst of all, … Continue reading Book Review: This Impossible Light by Lily Myers

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Book Review: We Come Apart by Sarah Crossan and Brian Conaghan

Details Title: We Come Apart Author: Sarah Crossan, Brian Conaghan Published in: 2017 Pages: 320 Genres: romance, contemporary fiction, realistic fiction, poetry Summary "From two acclaimed authors comes an emotional story told in verse about friendship, love, and overcoming unbeatable odds. Authors Brian Conaghan and Sarah Crossan have joined forces to tell the story of … Continue reading Book Review: We Come Apart by Sarah Crossan and Brian Conaghan

Book Review: Audacity by Melanie Crowder

Details Title: Audacity Author: Melanie Crowder Published in: 2015 Pages: 400 Genres: historical fiction, realistic fiction, poetry Summary "The inspiring story of Clara Lemlich, whose fight for equal rights led to the largest strike by women in American history A gorgeously told novel in verse written with intimacy and power, Audacity is inspired by the real-life story … Continue reading Book Review: Audacity by Melanie Crowder

Book Review: Saving Red by Sonya Sones

Details Title: Saving Red Author: Sonya Sones Published in: 2016 Pages: 448 Genres: realistic fiction, contemporary fiction, mental health/mental illness, poetry Summary "Right before winter break, fourteen-year-old Molly Rosenberg reluctantly volunteers to participate in Santa Monica’s annual homeless count, just to get her school’s community service requirement out of the way. But when she ends … Continue reading Book Review: Saving Red by Sonya Sones

Book Review: Believarexic by J.J. Johnson

Details Title: Believarexic Author: J.J. Johnson Published in: 2015 Pages: 464 Genres: realistic fiction, mental health/mental illness, poetry Summary "Fifteen-year-old Jennifer has to force her family to admit she needs help for her eating disorder. But when her parents sign her into the Samuel Tuke Center, she knows it’s a terrible mistake. The facility’s locked … Continue reading Book Review: Believarexic by J.J. Johnson