As If on Cue – Teen Book Review

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Reviewed by Kaelin Lee, age 15 As If on Cue by Marisa Kanter Natalie has been a lifelong rival of Reid. So when the school cuts all funding for the arts, ergo cutting Natalies’ hope of directing her student-written play, she finds herself up against Reid again to allocate funding for the arts […]

Prom Theory – Teen Book Review

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Reviewed by Kaelin Lee, age 15 Prom Theory by Ann Labar Science, which Iris excels at, has helped Iris Oxtabee navigate a world of tricky social interactions, so she’s positive science can explain anything. This includes love. However, while Iris sees it as basic chemistry, based on hormones and external stimuli, her best […]

What I Like About You – Teen Book Review

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Reviewed by Kaelin Lee, age 15 What I Like About You by Marisa Kanter Online, Halle Levitt is known as Kels, the creator of One True Pastry, a popular young adult (YA) book blog that pairs custom cupcakes with book covers and reviews. From tons of confidence to friends, Kels […]

Spell Hacker – Teen Book Review

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Reviewed by Hailey Chen, age 16 Spell Hacker by M.K England Diz is like any other 18-year-old girl her age living in Kyrkarta. Tight-knit group of friends? Check. Living in a crappy apartment? Check. Running an illegal Maz siphoning gig, therefore stealing from a major corporation? Check. Magic, more commonly known […]

The Loophole – Teen Book Review

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Reviewed by Jasmine Sov, age 17 The Loophole by Naz Kutub Ever since Sayyed’s boyfriend Farouk left him to travel across the globe and “fix the world”, Sy’s been depressed day and night. With Farouk, it felt like anything could happen—but without him, Sy’s stuck in a dead end. But […]

Epically Earnest – Teen Book Review

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Reviewed by Giselle Carlos, age 18 Epically Earnest by Molly Horan Jane Grady is notorious for being the “bag baby,” but all she wants right now is a prom date. As a one-year-old found by her future father and aunt in an oversized Gucci bag at a train station, Jane found […]

Some Mistakes Were Made – Teen Book Review

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Reviewed by Giselle Carlos, age 18 Some Mistakes Were Made by Kristin Dwyer Kristin Dwyer’s Some Mistakes Were Made is a heartfelt, memorable coming-of-age novel about young love and found homes. The novel revolves around best friends Ellis and Easton, who first grew close when Easton’s family opened up their […]

Her Good Side – Teen Book Review

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Reviewed by Kaelin Lee, age 15 Her Good Side by Rebekah Weatherspoon Bethany Greene is a late bloomer who hasn’t had any romantic experience in her 16 years of life. When she finally finds the courage to ask her crush to Homecoming, she is shot down due to that very […]