Wednesday, August 22, 2012
New Firsts (Claudia and Monica: Freshman Girls) by Diana G Gallagher
Claudia and Monica are not prepared for what high school has in store for them. They both struggles with "finding" their niche, while attempting to navigate new aspects of their friendship.
The story is told in alternating points of views --- giving you an insight to what each character is going through and thinking. This makes the story more personal.
This is a rather simplistic read and I would recommend it for tweens and teens alike (there is some mention of sex). I would not recommend it for an older audience because it is strongly geared to a much younger clientele.
I think this new series is a perfect for tweens/teens as it give them a bit of a more realistic solution to real problems.
Tom Krupp returns from work and something is amiss. His wife, Karen is not home and her purse and cell phone have been left behind and there...
I didn't read the synopsis of, "The Year We Turned Forty" and it ended up being completely different than I anticipated and as...
Publish Date - Tuesday, August 30th, 2016 The Night Voyage is a sweet, sweet coloring book. The drawing are delightful a...
I first read, "Songs of the Humpback Whale" in, July of 2008. You can see my blog post on it HERE. Jane and Oliver get into ph...