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One Year, 100 Books: Ender's Shadow

By ContributorFebruary 7, 2011
Lonks reviews a sci-fi favorite—but will she love it or hate it?—Sparkitors Book #8: Ender’s Shadow Author: Orson Scott Card Quote: “I'm not stupid!" In Bean's experience, that was a sentence never uttered except to prove its own... More  →
One Year, 100 Books: Ender's Shadow

5 Reasons Why Reading is Awesome

By ContributorFebruary 4, 2011
Alexis A eats books. No really, she does. She said so herself. —Sparkitors Okay, I’ll admit it: I’m a bookworm. I eat, sleep, and breathe books. When I was younger, my parents had to take away... More  →
5 Reasons Why Reading is Awesome

Blogging Breaking Dawn: Part 33

By Dan_BergsteinFebruary 3, 2011
Chapter Thirty-Three: Forgery Better Title: The Case of the Stupid Mystery Who is J. Jenks? Why did Alice secretly instruct Bella to visit Jenks? What is Alice's big plan? And when we're all living in outer space, will horses still serve a purpose? Some of these questions... More  →
Blogging Breaking Dawn: Part 33

Unwhole: Chapter 7

By ContributorFebruary 3, 2011
This is our first foray into fiction, and we love it! We can't wait to find out what happens next in Darklite808's book! —Sparkitors I was stunned. I didn’t see any weapons, just the armor, but I saw a staircase. If they... More  →
Unwhole: Chapter 7

The Weirdest Children's Books (N)Ever Written

By Chelsea DaggerFebruary 3, 2011
We all have fond memories of the books we read as children; classics like Harold and the Purple Crayon and Where the Wild Things Are taught us lasting, valuable lessons, like "Harold is sort of delusional, isn't he?" and "Flesh-eating monsters... More  →
The Weirdest Children's Books (N)Ever Written

Blogging Pride and Prejudice as if it Were a Teen Novel: Part THE END

By Emily WinterFebruary 3, 2011
Volume of the Third: Chapters 17-19 Bibliophiles and butterbrains, this book is OVER. Now I'm going to fling myself off Mount Kilimanjaro into a pile of potato salad, just like I promised back in my first post. Teen Novel Rule #45: Don't make your readers... More  →
Blogging Pride and Prejudice as if it Were a Teen Novel: Part THE END

Unwhole: Chapter 6

By ContributorFebruary 1, 2011
DarkLite808's book leaves us wanting more—luckily, she's already finished several more chapters! —Sparkitors I woke up early. Judging by the orange light sparkling across the room, it was still a little before dawn. Katie was still sleeping and her... More  →
Unwhole: Chapter 6

One Year, 100 Books: The Red Necklace

By ContributorJanuary 31, 2011
Lonks finally found a book she didn't like—we thought it would never happen!—Sparkitors Book #6: The Red Necklace Author: Sally Gardner Quote: "Must you always use so many words?" Yann asked. "They are like bonbons for the tongue, my young... More  →
One Year, 100 Books: The Red Necklace

The Jane Austen Dating School: Dance Like Lizzy Bennet

By ContributorJanuary 31, 2011
After only a week and change in The Jane Austen Dating School, enthusiasm&austen has already had success! —Sparkitors What was that? Sorry, I can’t hear you, I’ve got my happy song up so loud I’ll be deaf by Thursday… because... More  →
The Jane Austen Dating School: Dance Like Lizzy Bennet

Unwhole: Chapter 5

By ContributorJanuary 28, 2011
DarkLite808 is a teen writer who innately gets how to construct a story. We're even jealous! —Sparkitors Excitement sparked through me. This had to be the main headquarters. Licking my lips, I carefully took off my robe and hid it behind a tree. The... More  →
Unwhole: Chapter 5