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Spells & Sleeping-Bags, by Sarah Mlynowski–Reviewed by Riley

Spells & Sleeping-BagsRachel is not any ordinary girl. During the prom, she found out that she was a witch, just like her mom and younger sister. But now it’s summer, and the sisters are headed for Camp Wood Lake, where Rachel attempts to make her move on Raf Kosravi, her super cute crush. While she’s there, she has some trouble: the mosquitoes, magic gone wacky, and her unknown cousin, who’s in the same cabin with Rachel. Will Rachel survive camp, or will she get home sick from this misadventure?

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Teen Recommends

House of Night series


House of Night series by P. C. Cast & Kristen Cast

This is one of the best book series ever if you love fairytale and love storys! — Margaret


Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
Twilight is a spell-binding story made up of miraculous characters and an intriguing outlook on fantasized creatures. I would recommend this book to just about any child over the age of ten. Make sure you have your parent’s permission before you set out into Stephanie’s amazing realm, some of this material is not suitable for immature children. When you are done with the first book, there are also many others in the series and I reccommend all of the others just as strongly, sincerely sam.



Plaguemaker by Tim Downs
The plague maker is simply wonderful. It talks about the efforts to stop and prevent the impending bio-terroristic epidemic of plague. All the while it really talks about the central theme of forgiveness and the power that it can hold. If I were to rate this book on a scale of 1-5, I would give this book 4 stars! — Theresa


Gregor and the Code of Claw

 Gregor and the Code of Claw by Suzanne Collins

A wonderfull adventure novel that kept me reading. i enjoy Suzanes work greatly They are wounderfull stories full of action and adventure. It has some great suspense — Alex



Nation by Terry Pratchett

It was a good book about a boys life that is changed forever and a girl how losses everything she has i really enjoyed reading his novel and hope to get more. — Alex



Mariel of Redwall

Mariel of Redwall by Brian Jacques

I think it was a wonderfull adventure novel with tons of action and suspense. i really enjoyed reading it. — Alex

The Lost Hero, by Rick Riordan–Reviewed by Sarah

The Lost HeroThis book is the most amazing book i have read since the Percy Jackson series came out. I know that some people would consider this a child’s book. But no, this can’t be considered a children’s book. I was so hooked on this book I could not stop reading. I read it in 6 hours. 550 pages! Rick Riordan truly captures your imagination in this book. Can’t wait for the next book in the series to come out in November. Teens need to know how amazing Greek Mythology can be. Most teens want to have nothing to do with school. The Lost Hero will leave you wanting to know more about Greek Mythology and how it came about.


Evermore, by Alyson Noël, Reviewed by Nata


I was absolutely captivated by this whimsical novel of love, family and life. After a car accident claims her whole family, sixteen year old Ever is gifted with psychic abilities, that she mistakes as a punishment. She can read other’s minds, tap into their auras, and see wandering souls. Her dead little sister, Riley visits her often. But, suddenly Ever’s world turns upside down, when Damen Auguste enrolls at Bay View High School. She feels a hint of faint recognition, and as she’s drawn into Damen’s too perfect world, she realizes it may not be as perfect as it seems. Ever is sucked into his world of secrets and intrigue. She then realizes, she’s fallen irrevocably in love with him….

I truly loved this novel, not one second did I bore, and I ate up the pages hungry for more. The novel portrays the struggles of being a teen while finding yourself and meeting the love of your life all in one. I think a lot of teens can relate to Ever’s thoughts of hopefulness and emptiness, but the gift of life was given to enjoy. Through it all, Ever manages to work through her obstacles and move on with her life. Read Evermore if you enjoy suspenseful, romantic and enticing novels.
The sequel to Evermore is New Moon, coming in july ’09.