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Books to Take You Across Oceans and Deserts

By: AutumnMooncakesOctober 16, 2014

She Is Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick

Laureth’s father is supposed to be in Switzerland, yet Laureth receives an email saying that his lost notebook has been found in New York. She flies to New York with her brother Benjamin to retrieve the notebook and look

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A Good Book

By: AutumnMooncakesOctober 13, 2014

A good book

Is one that makes you think

That gives dots for you to connect

A jigsaw for you to solve

 

A good book

Is one that echoes in your mind

That rewinds and replays

Digs burrows into the depths

 

A good book

Is one that makes you dream

That leaves souvenirs to touch

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On GIF Lists and Books

By: GallagherGirl11July 12, 2014

Recently I was scrolling through my Twitter feed and came upon a retweet from Twitter extraordinaire Maureen Johnson (author of books such as The Name of the Star and 13 Little Blue Envelopes). It was an article published by Elite Daily titled “Why Readers, Scientifically,

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One Difficult Question...

By: ResidentialBookSellerMarch 28, 2014
So I read a book the other day that got me thinking about a very difficult question

If everyone was suddenly evacuated off Earth to another planet, and you were told that you could only take 10 books with you, what would you take?

 

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Immzie's Favourite Books From 2013

By: ResidentialBookSellerMarch 21, 2014

Yes, 2013 ended 3 months ago, but Books always live on! so...

 

According to my list, I read over two hundred books in 2013. They ranged from fantasy, to historical, YA and adult, but what I can say about most of them is that I loved

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The Angsty and Very Pathetic YA Series Love Angle

By: MuffinsWillRuleTheWorldJanuary 26, 2014

Here's something I wrote ages ago (after a particular spree of horribly angsty YA series I voluntarily went through, for reasons unknown) describing the overused plotline that used to be a standard followed by nearly every other post-Twilight series.

This is a basic rundown of what will

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5 Unique Fantasy Novels

By: AutumnMooncakesDecember 26, 2013

Darkhenge by Catherine Fisher

Chloe is in a coma, but her soul is trapped in a strange fantasy world. Her brother Rob is determined to free her. But Chloe insists on staying in the fantasy world, where she can control the trees and has the

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