by Karina Yan Glaser Adventure never seems to leave the Vanderbeekers! As autumn and the start of a new school year roll around, the Vanderbeekers are busy helping Mr. Beiderman prepare for the city marathon and trying to figure out who the mysterious person sleeping the community garden shed is. When the Vanderbeekers do discover … Continue reading Book Review: The Vanderbeekers, Lost and Found
by Nadine Brandes Thomas Fawkes has longed for the day when he will receive his color mask. He is certain that he will bond with the color Gray and finally be able to drive the Stone Plague out of his eye. Sure, no one else has ever managed to color speak the Stone Plague away, … Continue reading Book Review: Fawkes
Today I am super excited to get to be a part of the blog tour for The Rivers Lead Home and Other Stories by Emily Hayse! The Rivers Lead Home is a collection of short stories set in the world first explored in Emily's award-winning novel Seventh City. (Keep an eye out for my review … Continue reading The Rivers Lead Home and Other Stories Blog Tour!
by Andrew Peterson Life in the small village of Glipwood is pretty simple for Janner Igiby. He and his siblings, Tink and Leeli, do chores and school at their family's cottage. Sometimes they get to go into the village and help out at Janner's favorite bookstore. Yes, life is pretty simple as long as they … Continue reading Book Review: On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness
by Emily Bain Murphy Marit hates using her magic. She's seen the cost of using too much magic--it creates a buildup of the Firn. That's what killed her sister. And that's why Marit is reluctant to use it except when helping Eve, a fellow orphan who's like a little sister to Marit. When Eve is … Continue reading Book Review: Splinters of Scarlet
by Jennifer A. Nielsen It's been six months since Jaron saved his kingdom and won the war with Avenia. And he's bored. But life won't stay calm for long. During a sea voyage, Jaron's ship is attacked. He and the other's are taken captive by the Prozarians, a group of people thought to be extinct. … Continue reading Book Review: The Captive Kingdom
by Jennifer A. Nieslen War has come to Carthya, with attacks on all sides and allies far away. And Imogen has been captured. Jaron knows that Avenia plans to use her to bring Carthya to her knees, but he can't leave Imogen to them. Besides, he's outsmarted Avenia plenty of times before. This time, though, … Continue reading Book Review: The Shadow Throne
Today, I am super excited to get to be a part of the TBR and Beyond Blog Tour for Winter, White, and Wicked by Shannon Dittemore! Isn't that cover beautiful?! White, White, and Wicked is a YA fantasy pitched as Mad Max: Road Fury meets Frozen. When I first heard about it, I only knew … Continue reading Blog Tour: Winter, White, and Wicked by Shannon Dittemore
Y'all, I am super, super excited to get to be a part of the blog tour for Fifteen by Amie Woleslagle! Amie and I met each other through the Young Writers Workshop Author program, and it has been great to get to know her. Seriously, you all are going to want to remember the name … Continue reading Fifteen Blog Tour!
by Jennifer A. Nielsen Jaron has returned home to his throne as King of Carthya. But not everyone is happy about his return. After an assassination attempt and a warning, Jaron knows that war is coming to Carthya. And the best way to stop it may be to leave the throne. Jaron, reassuming the identity … Continue reading Book Review: The Runaway King