|The Cupcake Queen by Heather Hepler
When Penny’s mom decides to move to a small town in the middle of nowhere to open up a cupcake bakery, who knows what will happen? Follow Penny and her mom in this interesting path they take and how it turns out.
review submitted by Kaitlyn
|I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You by Ally Carter
I love this book, because it made me laugh. It was also a love story and a spy book. This book kept me turning pages and I want to read the sequel! I would totally recommend this novel to any reader who wants a funny love story, and a fast read. Plus, it’s full of adventure. I loved the book, I’d Tell You I Love You, but Then I’d Have to Kill You.
review submitted by Ivanka
|The Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan
The Sea of Monsters was a very interesting sequel to The Lightning Thief. It contained lots of action and adventure. I felt that I got to know each character better than in the first book. I enjoyed this book very much because there were surprises in almost every chapter, so I could not stop reading it.
review submitted by Emily
|Shark Girl by Kelly Bingham
When Jane loses her arm in a shark attack all she can think is “why me?”. It takes a lot of courage to go to school everyday because of her arm. One time she even wished she had died after the attack. All in all, after everything Jane finally accepts the truth and makes herself stronger.
review submitted by Lauren
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth by Jeff Kinney
I think this book has good information on a middle schooler’s life. This book is good for both kids who like to read and who don’t like to read. It is also funny.
review submitted by Samantha
|The Complete History of Why I Hate Her by Jennifer Jacobson
Nola goes to work at a resort to get away from her normal life and find her true self. On the bus she meets Carly who somehow ends up working with Nola…They become BFFs until Nola finds out how Carly came to work with her.
review submitted by Elizabeth
|Double Identity by Margaret Peterson Haddix
I loved this book. I love anything written by this author. There are so many twists and turns. You never knew what was coming next. I couldn’t put the pieces together, so it made me want to keep reading. I couldn’t put this book down.
review submitted by Carew
|Forever Princess by Meg Cabot
Mia is a senior now and for her project she wrote a book that got published. But there is one problem, the boy she had loved before, but broke up with, returns from Japan as a multi-millionaire. Can she choose between the sweet boy she was going to the prom with or the boy that suddenly came back into her life?
review submitted by Aleeta
|Bad Kitty by Michele Jaffe
Bad Kitty is a story about Jasmine. It is told in the first person so it makes the story even more interesting. Many things change the plot, so the book is never predictable. 5 stars.
review submitted by Mary
|Wither by Lauren DeStefano
In a world where women die at the age of 20 and men at 25, Rhine Ellert is kidnapped to be sold into a marriage with two other girls who will become her sister wives. It’s a book that is hard to put down as Rhine struggles to escape so she can enjoy the last few years she has left, while not arising suspicion from her dangerous father-in-law.
review submitted by Natalie
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By Colleen, Teen Services Librarian on August 3, 2011 Categories: Fiction
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