Hello, story lovers! We’re now going on another Middle Grade adventure in Kidnap on the California Comet. But here, we’re taking the trains! Yes, you read it right, trains and more! Also, this interview will give you hints on where the third book will take us. As a zoology student myself, I am beyond thrilled!Continue reading “Author Interview: Kidnap On The California Comet by M. G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman”
Hello, story lovers! How have you been? Long time no post with the new semester. However, I’m really grateful to have an awesome interview with the author of Peter Lee’s Notes From The Field. This is an Own Voices book featuring a Middle Grade Asian character who loves dinosaurs a lot. It has accompanying illustrationsContinue reading “Author Interview: Peter Lee’s Notes From The Field by Angela Ahn (Hosted by Hear Our Voices Tours)”
I was really curious about the reasons behind their unbreakable brotherhood. The synopsis tells us their bizarre friendship and the extent of it. So when I decided to do a promotional post, I came up with 3 lists of the top 10 things I want to know about them.
ONCE UPON A TIME, A GIRL WAS BORN. A HUNDRED YEARS LATER, SHE GREW UP.
A story of a rich black kid with rich white friends turned to a story of a rich black kid with new black friends reconnecting with her roots.
I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the ORPHAN ELEVEN by Gennifer Choldenko Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!
“The YA thriller of the summer.” —Bustle
A reimagining of the story behind Agent 355–a New York society girl and spy for George Washington during the Revolutionary War–perfect for fans of Tatiana de Rosnay’s Sarah’s Key and the novels of Julie Berry.
Coco meets Stranger Things with a hint of Ghostbusters in this action-packed supernatural fantasy.
For Lucely Luna, ghosts are more than just the family business.
A spellbinding novel of bloodlines, self-discovery, and redemption by the author of the Washington Post bestseller The Vine Witch.