January 11, 2017 at 5:30PM in the Teen Event Room!
Discuss “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian” while we eat pizza! This is a program for TEENS ONLY! Copies of the book may be picked up at Santori’s 2nd floor Information Desk at the end of December (while supplies last)! Sign up to participate!
The Library has a Goodreads account!
www.goodreads.com has a lot of things for readers.
- It will make recommendations for you based off what you read.
- You can enter to win free books!
- You can keep track of what you read.
- You can see what your friends are reading.
- You can challenge yourself to read a certain number of books in a year and it will keep track for you.
- You can join book discussions
- You can talk to the authors
- quotes, trivia, & quizzes are only the beginning!
The library even has a book discussion group for teens!
Join the discussion!
If any of you read Megan McCafferty’s Jessica Darling novels, kicking off with Sloppy Firstsand finishing up with Perfect Fifths, you may be interested in Jessica Darling’s It List The (Totally Not) Guaranteed Guide to Popularity, Prettiness, & Perfection, a prequel to Sloppy Firsts. I loved, loved, loved these books and am probably more excited about this new one than is healthy. The story begins as Jessica (not-so) Darling is getting ready to enter middle school. I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy when it comes out in September, but in the mean time we can check out a free e-preview of the first seven chapters here. Until then, I’ll have to console myself by re-reading the entire series (not the first time I’ve done this). Enjoy
~Magan (Readers’ Advisory)
So I am giving away a copy of Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl (and not just any copy, its an uncorrected proof copy, or ARC) to the first person that responds to this!
- You have to be a teenager (between 12 and 18 years old)
- You have to tell me in your comment which of the library locations you want to pick it up at.
- I’ve got to have your name so I know who to give it to.
- You have to tell me your all time favorite book!
Check out her new site! looks like shes doing a giveaway!
Kristi is a sophomore at her stupid alternative high school Journeys, and she knows that pretty much everyone there hates her. Even the ones that seem obsessed with her big breasts.
But at least she has her best friend, Jacob, has her back.
Kristi is not happy. Her father moved to Africa when she was littler, but still old enough to remember him leaving her behind with her mother. She copes though with her friend and her cat, Minnie Mouse, whom she hides in her room because her mother is allergic to cats.
She copes, but being able to read minds doesn’t make things any easier.
But Kristi begins to question her psychic abilities when her father returns home and she learns of a long-held family secret, and when she learns the true feelings of one of her classmates.
I liked this book a lot. It was very interesting to see a teenager with the power of a comic book super hero, and still have normal yet extraordinary life. You can relate to Kristi and her life in some way. The book was great though and it makes you rethink the idea of wanting to read peoples’ minds.
The first teen to respond to this post will receive an advanced reader copy (ARC) of The Seventh Level. I need name and library location for pickup.