Tagged with young adult

Wintersong

Wintersong by S. Jae Jones Review by Sofia On Sale Now   Be careful what you wish for. In the Underground where the Goblin King lives, wishes have power. Liesl, a plain, unremarkable girl, grew up playing with the Goblin King in the Goblin Grove just outside of her family’s inn. Gifted with musical talent … Continue reading

Ever the Hunted

Title: Ever the Hunted Author: Erin Summerill Release Date:  On Sale Now Reviewed by: Katie   Britta Flannery has just lost her father, and her best friend, Cohen, is gone. With only her tracking skills, taught to her by her father, Britta must learn to survive on her own. And she does until she gets … Continue reading

Letters to the Lost

Title: Letters to the Lost By: Brigid Kemmerer Review By: Aurora Available: Now   This story is life. Straight forward, no sugar coating. It taps into what it means to grieve, to regret, to live. That is what I love about Letters to the Lost. This story is all about finding someone who shares the … Continue reading

A Study in Charlotte

Title: A Study in Charlotte Author: Brittany Cavallaro Available: Now Reviewed By: Sofia Charlotte Holmes and James Watson are the great-great-great-grandchildren of the famous duo; Sherlock and Dr. Watson. In this first installment of their adventure together, Charlotte and James attend a boarding school in Connecticut. After the murder of a chauvinist jock, the pair … Continue reading

Since You’ve Been Gone: A Beautiful Friendship

Since You’ve Been Gone: A Beautiful Friendship

Title: Since You’ve Been Gone Author: Morgan Matson Release Date: 05/01/2014 Reviewed by: Willa I’ve always loved a good friendship book, and Since You’ve Been Gone is definitely one of my favorites. Morgan Matson is an incredible writer (seriously how are her books so long but also the perfect length? I have no idea. Morgan, … Continue reading

KING DORK APPROXIMATELY: A Page-Turning Comedy

KING DORK APPROXIMATELY: A Page-Turning Comedy

Title: King Dork Approximately (Texas Teen Book Festival Author) Author: Frank Portman Release Date: 012/09/2014 Reviewed by: Miriam Tom Henderson, the same King Dork from Portman’s previous book, King Dork, tackles a new school after Hillmont High closes. Trying to get acquainted with his new school and his endless goal of trying to score a date, … Continue reading

Our Favorite Banned Books

Our Favorite Banned Books

Here at the Teen Press Corps, we love all types of books and want everyone to decide which ones they will read for themselves. However, not everyone feels that way. What we wonder is, if you take away one book, what are the chances that you will take another? Anyhow, here are some of our … Continue reading

#TTBF14 Panel: Danger Is My Middle Name

#TTBF14 Panel: Danger Is My Middle Name

Looks like we’ll be taking a trip to the dangerous side of things with these dystopian authors at the Texas Teen Book Festival this year. Sarah J. Maas, Marie Lu, Joelle Charbonneau, and Garth Nix will be stirring up trouble!!!!   Sarah J. Maas Sarah J. Maas is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Throne of Glass series. The … Continue reading

#TTBF14 Panel: Get A Clue

#TTBF14 Panel: Get A Clue

If you don’t yet have a clue, let us tell you we are SUPER Excited to that Simmone Howell, Will Ritter, James Klise, and Ransom Riggs will be attending the Texas Teen Book Festival this year! This panel is guaranteed to keep you guessing with a mix of characters who encounter ghosts, other-worldly beast, and secrets! … Continue reading