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Category Archives:Kids and Teens

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Heidi

Heidi-book-cover“Heidi” by Johanna Spyri
Children’s literature – 4 stars

Heidi is a heart warming story that I definitely missed out on as a kid. The description beautifully paints the setting of Switzerland in the 1800s.

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Thirteen Reasons Why

Thirteen-reasons-why-book-cover“Thirteen Reasons Why” by Jay Asher
YA fiction – 4 stars

A unique way to tell the story of a young woman’s suicide. I enjoyed the format, but sound it a bit unbelievable at times.

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The Red Pyramid

Red-pyramid-book-cover“The Red Pyramid” by Rick Riordan
Mythology – 4 stars

My grandson got me involved with Percy Jackson books. This book is based on Egyptian mythology and it took me on an adventure. As a side note, it talked about a pyramid in Tennessee and that sent me on a google search to find out about this as I had never heard of that, although I did know about the Luxor pyramid in Las Vegas. Learn something new every day!

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The Tale of Emily Windsnap

Tale-of-emily-windsnap-book-cover“The Tale of Emily Windsnap” by Liz Kessler
Fiction – 4 stars

It’s a wonderful book, good for all ages.

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NewsPrints

NewsPrints-book-cover“NewsPrints” by Ru Xu
Children’s graphic novel – 5 stars

A fun adventure somewhere between Newsies and a steampunk Tamora Pierce, Xu Ru cleverly blends manga elements with a more traditionally western coming of age story. There’s a clear message about pacifism, friendship, and gender that comes through despite a fast paced story full of secrets and a bit of age-appropriate romance.

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