Zombie Winter by Jason Strange
This book was great! I liked it. The main character, Kane, finds out that his whole school turns into zombies. I give this book 5 stars.
review submitted by Dev
Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
This book, the third in a series, was an exciting end to the saga of the Hunger Games. It was romantic, exciting, thrilling. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who likes books about what our future could be like.
review submitted by Jimmy
The Sweetness of Salt by Cecilia Galante
When Julia graduates high school as the valedictorian, with a full ride to law school, she should be all set. But when her sister comes home bringing family secrets with her, Julia starts to wonder. She finds out she had a younger sister that died. To find out the rest she follows her sister to Vermont, to find herself and her past.
review submitted by Katie
Every Soul a Star by Wendy Mass
This was an interesting read! If you’re interested in astronomy, this is the book for you! I enjoyed the different points of view making the story unique, learning about the wonderful eclipse, and hearing another book from an author I like. So, next time you need a summer read, check out this book!
review submitted by Sarah
Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin
Minli’s family is very poor. Her mother always sighs and says they have bad fortune. When her father tells stories about the old man of the moon who can answer any question, Minli goes out to find him. A delightful story anyone would enjoy!
review submitted by Katie
Tears of a Tiger by Sharon M. Draper
Tears of a Tigerwas a very enjoyable book to read. This book was a little sad at the end, but it taught a good lesson besides that. I would recommend this book for all teens because most teens can relate to the lessons taught in this book.
review submitted by Jackie
Alpha Dog by Jennifer Ziegler
Alpha Dog is a great recommendation for kids and teens 12 and over. The beginning of the book was attaching, the middle was hilarious, but the end of the book was amazing. I loved the drama and the way it can touch anybody’s heart. It was such a great book and anybody with a sense of humor and a love for dogs will finish with a great feeling.
review submitted by Grace
Soccer Chicks Rule by Dawn Fitzgerald
Tess’s whole life is soccer, but when her school is having a vote to stop soccer, Tess tries to save her sport. See what happens to Tess and her life in Soccer Chicks Rule.
review submitted by Madden
The Girl Who Could Fly by Victoria Forester
The Girl who Could Fly was just about the best book I ever read. It was about a girl named Piper, who could fly, that was sent to an institution where she met children with so many different specialties.
review submitted by Nicole