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Teen Book Review: Someone Like You


Title: Someone Like You

Author: Sarah Dessen

Stars (out of 5): 1

Review: I began reading Sarah Dessen books this year starting with What Happened to Goodbye and I thought it was great. I thought this book would be also great yet I wasn’t drawn in as much as the other books.

This review was written by a 12th grader.

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Teen Book Review: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close


Title: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

Author: Jonathan Safran Foer

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: This book was written so beautifully and the characters really came alive to me. This delicate story is really powerful and thought-provoking. I most enjoyed Oskar’s narration and his interesting observations. They made the book so emotional and personal.

This review was written by a 10th grader.
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Teen Book Review: The Truth about Forever


Title: The Truth about Forever

Author: Sarah Dessen

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: Sarah Dessen comes through with another good read for me and I highly recommend reading this book. It’s something almost everyone can relate too such as the feeling of wanting to change and the feeling of wanting for everything to stay as they are when a tragic event occurs when Macy’s father dies of a heart attack. We’ve all felt what it’s like losing someone and this book illustrates that everyone grieves at a different pace.

This review was written by a 12th grader.

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Teen Book Review: Ender’s Game


Title: Ender’s Game

Author: Orson Scott Card

Stars (out of 5): 4

Review: It is very futuristic and earth is being attacked by alien buggers, Ender Wiggin goes on a mission to a battle station in space and they are being trained to fight the buggers to save the human race.

This review was written by a 9th grader.

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Teen Book Review — The Hunger Games


Title: The Hunger Games

Author: Suzanne Collins

Stars: (out of 5) 5

Review: At first I didn’t think the book was interesting until after Katniss volunteered to be in the hunger games for her little sister in district 12.

This review was written by a 9th grader.

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Teen Summer Reading Program!

If you are going into grades 6-12, take part in our teen summer reading program! Everyone who participates gets a free ice cream at Lizzy’s Homemade Ice Cream and you can win gift cards to Barnes and Noble! Just fill out a form every time you read a book. Get extra credit if you write a review and then read your review online! You can read books, comic books, graphic novels, or magazines. You can even write a review of a movie and we’ll post that, too!