Keeping the Moon by Sara Dessen includes all the right messages for teens. Self-confidence, loving who you are, and standing up for oneself are all themes of this amazing story. Nicole, or Colie, was fat when she was younger (or at least that’s what she thought). Her mother soon transformed into a diet and health… Read More Keeping the Moon by Sara Dessen
Four teenagers from different cliques and social spectrums, Alice, Jason, Dakota, and Benny, decide to work together on a project. No, not just any project but a heist. The foursome each has their own reasons for wanting to break into a federal building. The one thing that they have in common is their Design class… Read More Coin Heist (book and movie) Review
EE is about a girl: Madeline Whittier. As the narrator of the story, Maddy explains her condition (SCID, a rare immune disease), personality, and surroundings in a way that’s personal. Her scheduled life is flipped upside down when new neighbors move in next door. With a protective mother and a rare disease, Madeline doesn’t leave her house. Maddy grows found and curious of them. This grows when the two teens from next door knock on her door. What happens when Maddy contacts the boy from next door? Is she willing to risk everything? This is about testing the limits and taking the risks you always think ‘what if’.… Read More Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon (book and movie review)
Nerve has action, adventure, thrill, and romance! I read the novel last year but saw the movie for the first time last month! When a high school senior, Vee, gets sick of hiding in her best friend’s spotlight, she signs up for a game called Nerve. Side note: The book and movie have separate details… Read More Nerve Book and Movie Review
At church, the guest pastor spoke on the importance of keeping our thoughts pure. What we think will result in actions. This is why we should think of the things listed in the photo: is it true, helpful, inspiring, necessary, and kind. Yes, these go along with social media but, it also ties in with… Read More Society and Faith
A blind high schooler goes to a mainstream school. Will doesn’t want a helper or ‘seeing companion’. Later, a surgery that gives him the ability to see Cecilia, the girl he’s been talking to, reveals a feeling of betrayal because of the lies she said about her appearance.… Read More Love and First Sight by Josh Sundquist
Madelyne Summers, one of those blonde cheerleaders that everyone fawns over, is one of the biggest comic geeks (sorry, nerd). No one knows this because she allows her passion to delve into comics during the summer. When the comic book cashier, Logan, finds out her secret and introduces her to other ‘nerdy’ things, will she continue denying eho she really is?… Read More The Summer I became a Nerd by Leah Rae Miller
This is the first book that I completed off my to be read list!
This book seems like it accurately depicts how some people imagines teenagers- dependent on the Internet. You see, according to the excerpt, Brooklyn Pierce considers herself to be ‘decisionally challenged’. So, she goes on her blog and enlist people to make decisions for her.… Read More My Life Undecided by Jessica Brody
With exams in May, I wasn’t able to read as much as I would like to. This summer, I have a growing list of novels to read. On the rigjt side of the screen, (if on a mobile device or tablet, turn your screen horizontal) you’ll see my Goodreads account with books on my TBR list and their progress! These will update and be replaced with other books!
Below is my list thus far… Read More To Be Read (as of June 1)
There are so many new children and teen shows circulating. But, they will never be on the same level as the shows listed. These shows range from the ’90s to the early to mid 2000s while there may be some even before this time. If you’ve seen any of these, reminisce with me on your favorite character!… Read More A – Z Throwback Shows