I have fallen and I can’t get up. Because of my recent desire for non-YA books and my refusal to pay for new titles I resorted to the wait-list on my nook. I found Dark Lover by J. R. Ward. Then I fell…hard…like, I’m-on-the-bathroom-floor-need-a-button hard. Seriously, 3 books in 3 days hard. I love my trashy romances. They [...]
I work with teens for roughly 8 hours a day, I read a lot of YA…Believe me, there are times when I can’t listen/read to one more teen-centric drama! They whine, they complain about things that really aren’t all that important in the long run, sometimes they giggle really really loud, they ask stupid questions [...]
As much as I loved this book, I don’t know that I’d booktalk it to a class of students. My reasons are as follows: 1. I work at an Orthodox Jewish school and while I’ve never run into problems suggesting books with Christian themes I think a book based on the hierarchy of heaven and [...]
On the outside he was The Bruiser, Voted Most Likely to Get the Death Penalty. A big, lumbering, withdrawn kid from the wrong side of the tracks. A kid who looked like he could take you down with one punch just for talking to him.
On the inside he does the impossible. He takes [...]