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 the first four reviews!
Things Not Seen by Andrew Clements
Reviewed by Natalie
The book Things Not Seen has a wonderful mix of fiction with reality.This book made me want to keep reading.This book made me scared, laugh, and cry. I would read this book again in a heartbeat! If you love fiction, reality, or mystery books, then this book will be your new favorite!
Located in Children’s Paperback (J PBK CLEMENTS) or Teen Fiction (TEEN FIC CLEMENTS BK.1)
Ivy & Bean by Annie Barrows
Reviewed by Molly
This is an amazing humorous book about friendship. I truly love it.
Located in Children’s Fiction (J FIC BARROWS)
Caraval by Stephanie Garber
Reviewed by Mia
When I started this book I was the slightest bit confused, but later on, the confusion washes away. Once I got to the juicy part (the late beginning of the book) I couldn’t put it down! The end leaves you predicting many scenarios that could happen in the next book (which is out now!) I would suggest this book to older teens who like fiction, fantasy, and possibly mystery.
Located in Teen Fiction (TEEN FIC GARBER)
Something New by Lisa Papademetriou (Confectionately Yours Series)
Reviewed by Anonymous
I love this book. If you like drama and baking this is the book to read. Hayley the main character loves baking cupcakes for all the different events that go on in the series. Have you ever heard of pomelo cupcakes? Well you will hear and know the recipe in Something New, part of the Confectionately Yours Series. Hope you like the book.
Located in Children’s Paperbacks (J PBK PAPADEMETRIOU BK.4)