Witches of East End

Engaged to Bran, the heir to Fair Haven and Gardiners Island, Freya, a bartender and witch who has a potion to cure every kind of heartache, finds her life spiraling more »


New Books in October

Crossed by Allyson Condie, the sequel to Matched. Seventeen-year-old Cassia sacrifices everything and heads to the Outer Provinces in search of Ky, where she is confronted with shocking revelations about more »


Do you feel lucky, punk?

Steampunk, Cyberbpunk, Genepunk–what are all these punks doing in teen lit? Here’s a quick guide to these genres, and some books and movies to get you started! Steampunk: Imagine the more »


New Books – August

These books are coming soon to a shelf near you. Reserve your copy now! After Obsession – When Alan, a half-Navajo in touch with the spiritual mysticism of his ancestors, more »


Teens’ Top 20 – 2011

Here’s the list of Teens’ Top Twenty Nominees. Read the books and then vote for your favorites next month (I’ll post the link once the polls are open). Drought by more »


Bumped

Description: When a virus makes everyone over the age of eighteen infertile, would-be parents pay teen girls to conceive and give birth to their children, making teens the most prized more »


Are you Dauntless?

Have you read The Hunger Games yet? Maybe you’re still on that mile-long waiting list. Either way, here are a few similar series-starters to hold you over until the first more »


I Love Big Books!

I’ve always loved parodies:  Weird Al Yankovic, Little Women and Werewolves, Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer, anything Terry Pratchett… and I love this Reading Awareness music video by the students of Dowell more »


Alyson Noel’s Latest Book

The latest title in Alyson Noel’s Immortals series is due out soon. Check out a book trailer for Everlasting. The sixth and final installment of the epic love story that more »


New Paranormal Book

The next installment in the Forest of Hands and Teeth books – Dark and Hollow Places by Carrie Ryan. There are many things that Annah would like to forget: the more »