Review (YA Lit)

Review (YA Lit)

Hope and Other Punchlines by Julie Buxbaum This. Book. It is not often that you find books that deal with topics not previously read. I picked up this book because 1) pretty cover 2) loved the title (punchlines!) and 3) the author is relatively well-known. I typically do not read…
It’s Monday!

It’s Monday!

It’s Monday and you know what that means-a recap and goals! I’m combining It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? with #MGBookVillage’s #MGBookathon. Here’s a glimpse at the Bookathon on Twitter. Books I Finished Graphic novels: Spill Zone by Scott Westerfeld- I gave this book 4 stars. I enjoyed the action,…
Crack the Code

Crack the Code

Review: How I Became a Spy by Deborah Hopkinson The Lit Review Crew received this book from the author as an ARC and I am so happy to be able to share this book with the world. I gave this book four stars. The mystery, the quotes, the codes, and…
A Place For Everything

A Place For Everything

Review: The Train of Lost Things by Ammi-Joan Paquette Can’t Get Enough… Mystery-Is the train real? Where do your Lost Things go? What is the fog? Who is driving the train? How do you get Lost Things back? Heartache – The dad. 😰Love – the dad! His love for his…
It’s Not About You

It’s Not About You

Teacher post alert! I needed to take time to reflect and share something I experienced today. Reviews will commence soon. My sixth graders and I are well into our second semester of school. We are dealing with the dreary, cold weather (without snow) and we are exhausted. We are also…