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Teen Book Review: Suck It Up

February 2, 2018|Categories: Reviews, Spotlight - Teens|

We have all read the typical vampire stories. Fangs, check. Pale skin check. Vegan vampire, not check? Morning isn't your typical sparkly vampire. He thinks vampires rights are important, and believes vampires are simply a minority. Follow him as he lives his life and tries to convince the man-hating Portria that even though he is a comic book geek, he is still a super cool vampire (that definitely doesn't sparkle). Want to find out more? Then read Suck It Up

Teen Book Review: Eliza and her Monsters

January 5, 2018|Categories: Reviews, Spotlight - Teens|

Eliza is perfectly content with posting her famous webcomic under her pseudonym, Lady Constellation. Art is her one escape from real life. She finds it difficult to talk to people in real life, let alone make friends. On top of that, she doesn't fit into her ultra sporty outdoorsy family. In fact, she doesn't seem to fit in anywhere beside the online forums dedicated to Monstrous Sea.

Teen Book Review: Roar

December 5, 2017|Categories: Reviews, Spotlight - Teens|

Aurora Paven was born for greatness, unfortunately she is missing the only thing that would make her invaluable, storm magic. As a solution to her problems, a proposal to a Stormling prince is called for.

Teen Book Review: Blood Rose Rebellion

November 28, 2017|Categories: Reviews, Spotlight - Teens|

In the book Blood Red Rebellion, Anna has always been an outcast in the British society. She has never been able to cast any spells, not even the simple ones. This has caused her to gain attention from the magical elite, a group of the highest magical power. Sometimes she breaks the spells which has confused her.

Teen Book Review: Tash Hearts Tolstoy

November 14, 2017|Categories: Reviews, Spotlight - Teens|

Tash Zelenka is a teenage girl with a passion for film making. Alongside her friends, she is deep into directing a modern day web series adaptation of Anna Karenina, As Tash struggles to produce content, keep her friendships, find love, and accept herself for who she is, she must decide what is truly important and what really makes her happy.

Teen Book Review: Odd & True

September 29, 2017|Categories: Reviews, Spotlight - Teens, Teens|

Odette has spun mystical, magical tales for her younger sister Trudchen ever since they were little. Now that she’s older, however, Tru is starting to lose the magic from these stories. She’s realizing that they were nothing more than just that, stories.