This isn’t some teens solving an epic puzzle or falling deeply in love while battling a deadly disease. It’s honest and compulsively readable.
Overall, This Will Go Down on Your Permanent Record cracks open doors but never explores what’s in the room.
A unique coming-of-age novel with diverse characters that meets the criteria for a fat-positive novel.
The characters in Only Ever Yours are terribly familiar. If you’ve ever been a devoted fan of the Sweet Valley Twins books like I was, you’ll remember the cast…
Once upon a time, last semester, I took a course called International Foods. I did this because I liked the idea of eating at school, and also learning in a room that had ovens.
…but my mom said we couldn’t keep her. So I wrote a moving, construction-paper saga of a girl and her puppy.
Cornwell is a beautiful prose writer, infusing an uncomplicated plot with lyrical narrative that brings to life a vivid landscape where it is easy to believe in legends.
But when she’s made aware of the homeless youth population in Austin, she can’t look away ever again.
It’s a lot of cut and paste (literally) from 2003-2004, causing the book to tell readers quite a bit of information without showing it, and without trusting readers to pick up on visual ques in a visual medium.
Title: This One Summer Writer: Mariko Tamaki Illustrator: Jillian Tamaki Published: by First Second in 2014 This One Summer is the story of fifteen-year-old Rose heading to Awago Beach for… Read more “This One Summer”