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Monthly Archives: March 2012

April 2012 Young Adult Book Releases

There are so many awesome books coming out in the next couple of months. I wanted to take some time to spotlight some of the April 2012 Young Adult book releases that Estelle and I have on our TBR lists! If one (or both) of us has read it, I linked our reviews, too, so […]

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Estelle: The Storm Makers by Jennifer E. Smith

The Storm Makers by Jennifer E. Smith ( website | twitter) Upcoming Publication Date: April 3, 2012 Publisher: Little, Brown Pages: 384 Target Audience: Middle grade Format read: ARC paperback from ALA (Thank you!) Summary: Plucked from their hometown to a desolate farm by their parents who are hoping to pursue their own passions, twins Ruby and Simon […]

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Magan: The List by Siobhan Vivian

The List by Siobhan Vivian (website | twitter) Publisher: Push (imprint of Scholastic) Pages: 332 Upcoming Release Date: April 1, 2012 Target Audience: Young Adult Format: ARC received from Scholastic at ALA Mid-Winter (Thank you!) How I heard about it: Discussed with a Scholastic rep at ALA. Summary: Every year an anonymous list is published […]

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Estelle: The Stalker Chronicles by Carley Moore

The Stalker Chronicles by Carley Moore (website | twitter) Upcoming Release Date: March 27, 2012 Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux Pages: 240 Target Audience: Young Adult Format read: ARC paperback received at ALA (Thank you!) Summary: Cammie isn’t the best at talking to guys. In fact, she has a reputation at school for being stalker. A label […]

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In My Mailbox (12)

Hi, friends! *waves* Welcome to our weekly In My Mailbox post, a feature hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren! I apologize for not having an In My Mailbox vlog for you guys today. It’s one heck of a crazy weekend – baby shower, my grandparents 50th wedding anniversary, the Hunger Games movie (!!!) with […]

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