Places No One Knows by Brenna Yovanoff is my teen book pick of the month. Let me just say that this book is amazing and a truly unique read. I never thought I would like magical realism, but this book won me over. This book is for fans of Before I Fall, We Were Liars, Keep Holding On, and The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett.
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Love, love, love this book! I’ve added it to my list of all-time favorites, actually. A Gentleman in Moscow is smart, funny, charming, entertaining, educational and just all-around engrossing.
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Need a new book to read or new music to listen to? Check out this month’s recommendations for teens, by teens!
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Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen is my teen book pick for February! I have been reading Sarah Dessen books since I was in middle school and feel like I have grown up with her characters. Dessen writes amazing coming-of-age stories for tweens, teens, and young adults.
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For some offbeat fun and romance check out Jennifer Weiner, one of my favorite authors of Chick Lit.
Who Do You Love – Two kids meet in an ER one night. Over the next three decades, their paths cross in magical and ordinary ways. Through it all, they never stop thinking about the night they met as children and how it changed their lives.
The Next Best Thing – Ruth Saunders, television writer, is on the verge of her dreams coming true, but finds her happiness threatened by demanding actors and executives as well as an unrequited crush on her boss and her septuagenarian grandmother’s upcoming wedding.
Good in Bed – Cannie Shapiro’s life begins to change when her ex boyfriend writes about her in his column, Loving a Larger Woman.
Travel along with Cannie as she charts a new course for herself: mourning her losses, facing her past, and figuring out who she is and who she can become.
- Patty, the feisty librarian