Summary: David has dreams of being the next Jon Stewart…. that is IF he can survive middle school! His best friend ditched him, he’s the new target of the school bully, and he just can’t catch a break anywhere. David’s only escapes are making original videos to post on You Tube and spending time with his hamster, Hammy. But, David’s life is about to take a turn
Summary: Cheyenne is very sick with pneumonia. Her step-mother runs into the pharmacy to get her medicine, and Cheyenne waits in the warm car. Suddenly, Cheyenne hears the door open but it’s not her step-mom who gets in and puts the car into drive. But, Cheyenne has no idea who it is because she is blind. Thoughts: Girl Stolen is a
Summary: It’s her mother’s dream come true, but it’s Gen’s nightmare. A summer at living history camp where the visitors must live like pioneers of the 1890s! How can she possibly make it through the summer without electricity, plumbing, and an iPod? Well, cute, fellow camper Caleb might help as well as the cell phone she’s snuck in!
Summary: Claire, a seemingly normal 16-year-old, is thrilled when she finally catches the attention of handsome, popular Matthew. But, she soon discovers a family secret and realizes she is anything but normal. Thoughts: Again, I wasn’t thrilled about another werewolf novel, but was pleasantly surprised with Claire de Lune. The mother-daughter relationship and the concepts of self-acceptance are explored in this suspenseful, intriguing
Summary: Alex is surprised to discover that he doesn’t simply share the name of a legendary vampire hunter, he might actually become one too. Thoughts: I admit I have been a little over-vampired. I was a huge Twilight fan when it was first published, but I’ve grown weary of the vampire mania. So, I wasn’t that excited to read this new
Summary: When Ledger Kale turns thirteen and inherits his unique talent (known in the family as his “savvy”), it’s not at all what he or anyone else expected. And, if Ledge can’t learn to tame it, he and the family may be headed for destruction. Thoughts: I LOVED Ms. Law’s first novel Savvy, so I couldn’t wait to