New Reviews by Our Teen Patrons

For the Teen Program during the Summer Reading Program, one of the tasks the teens can accomplish is to write a review for our blog. Here are some more!

Life of Zarf: Troll Overboard / Rob Harrell

Reviewed by Brenna

The thing I loved about this book was it was like a fairy tale to me because I don’t like princesses but like trolls are awesome. There was nothing I hated about this book.

Available through the Bridges Library System

I Funny: School of Laughs / James Patterson

Reviewed by Maddie

I like I Funny School of Laughs because it tells about someone who has a hard time yet they make fun for them self. Also that there is 6 books in it the series.

Available through the Bridges Library System

How to Disappear / Sharon Huss Roat

Reviewed by Madison

This book is about a girl named Vicky who is very shy. She one day makes an Instagram account and photo shops herself into other peoples photo’s to make her look cool. I think this book is good for other people that are shy because it tells that you are not alone and that they can overcome it. Overall, this book is a good book because it can help people that are shy and can teach people to welcome others that are not as outgoing as them.

Located in Teen Fiction (TEEN FIC ROAT)

The Selection / Kiera Cass

Reviewed by Anonymous

I personally loved this book. It was a perfect combination of teen romance, drama and a bit of action in a semi-dystopian society. I would recommend to anyone, how ever I think teens will especially enjoy this wonderful young adult book.

Located in Teen Fiction (TEEN FIC CASS)

 

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