Category: Drugs / Alcohol

You’ll Be the Death of Me : A Librarian’s Perspective Review

You’ll Be the Death of Me : A Librarian’s Perspective Review This is a Librarian's Perspective Review of You'll Be the Death of Me by Karen McManus.

I’m sad to say that You’ll Be the Death of Me is the first Karen McManus book I didn’t like. I read and loved two of her other books on […]

Abuela Don’t Forget Me : A Librarian’s Perspective Review

Abuela Don’t Forget Me : A Librarian’s Perspective Review This is a school librarian's review of Rex Ogle's Abuela Don't Forget Me.

Free Lunch. Punching Bag. Abuela Don’t Forget Me. This YA memoir trilogy by Rex Ogle is both engrossing and absolutely tragic. I can’t fathom the courage it must have taken […]

You’d Be Home Now: A Librarian’s Perspective Review

You’d Be Home Now: A Librarian’s Perspective Review This is a Librarian's Perspective Review of You'd Be Home Now by Kathleen Glasgow.

You’d Be Home Now by Kathleen Glasgow is my first book review in nearly a year! Since the Pandemic began almost two years ago, I’ve been in a serious reading […]

The New David Espinoza: A Librarian’s Perspective Review

The New David Espinoza: A Librarian’s Perspective Review This is a Librarian's Perspective Review of The New David Espinoza by Fred Aceves.

With its focus on high school steroid use, The New David Espinoza reminds me of Gym Candy by Carl Deuker, which I read several years ago. A book with a […]

Patron Saints of Nothing: A Librarian’s Perspective Review

Patron Saints of Nothing: A Librarian’s Perspective Review This is a Librarian's Perspective Review of Patron Saints of Nothing by Randy Ribay.

Two Christmases ago, my family and I hopped a plane to The Philippines for the holidays. Manila is only a three-hour flight from Shanghai, and Boracay only one hour from […]

Twelve Steps to Normal : A Librarian’s Perspective Review

Twelve Steps to Normal : A Librarian’s Perspective Review This is a Librarian's Perspective Review of Twelve Steps to Normal by Farrah Penn.

Goodreads reviews have a lot of love for Twelve Steps to Normal by Farrah Penn, but it was just average for me. I appreciate the author’s purpose for writing it […]

Mr. 60% : A Librarian’s Perspective Review

Mr. 60% : A Librarian’s Perspective Review This is a Librarian's Perspective Review of Mr. 60% by

What teens can learn from reading Mr. 60%: Cancer is horrible, messy, and painful. If you are poor and get sick, no one in the medical community wants to help […]

Defending Taylor : A Librarian’s Perspective Review

Defending Taylor : A Librarian’s Perspective Review This is a Librarian's Perspective Review of Defending Taylor by Miranda Kenneally.

Having read all the previous six books in Miranda Kenneally’s Hundred Oaks series, I was excited to be able to read an advance copy of Defending Taylor. I’m feeling a […]

Finding Hope : A Librarian’s Perspective Review

Finding Hope : A Librarian’s Perspective Review This is a Librarian's Perspective Review of Finding Hope by Colleen Nelson.

Finding Hope by Colleen Nelson will be popular with mature readers who loved Beatrice Sparks’s Go Ask Alice and Ellen Hopkins’s Crank series. Hope and Eric’s alternating chapters are believable […]

The Storyteller : A Librarian’s Perspective Review

The Storyteller : A Librarian’s Perspective Review This is a Librarian's Perspective Review of The Storyteller by Antonia Michaelis.

The Storyteller isn’t an easy read. Bad things happen. Sad things happen. But wow, the writing is beautiful, and the story will stick with you long after you close the […]

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