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By Ray Bradbury
This book is amazing. It has suspense , adventure , and a hint of love. This book keeps you guessing and youll NEVER guess what is to come. Read this book and youll learn a life lesson and it will open your eyes to other books and to the very world you live in . You will never be the same after reading this book. :) Get this book!
~ Recommended by Victoria Z , age 15
By Jordan Sonnenblick
awesome Get this book!
~ Recommended by hyeanodon , age 11
By Joyce Meyers
Battle Field of the Mind for Teens is a guide for all young teen believers in Christ. Joyce Meyers breaks down the fundamentals of renewing your mind to line up with God's word. Giving them key information on what they should or shouldn't let rule their life. Teaching how great decision making that aligns with God's word can get you farther in life. So if you are a believer and you need to learn about the renewal of your mind and how to prevent the devil from controlling your way of life this book is right for you!!! Get this book!
~ Recommended by Krystain B. , age 14
By J. D. Salinger
Holden Caulfield's life seems to be spiraling out of control! At the age of 16, Holden has had to deal with a lot of life's experiences. Being kicked out of Pencey Prep, a prestigious private boarding school, after he flunks all his courses (except English), is only the beginning for Holden. After Holden's roommate dates the one and only girl he truly loves, Jane Gallagher, he's so outraged he decides to leave Pencey early, 4 days before Christmas break (after the break, he'd never return to Pencey). But, of course, Holden can't go home to his parents yet! They'd "kill him" if he went home and told them he was kicked out of the school; Holden wanted to wait until his parents got a phone call from Pencey, informing them of what had happened, so they would be a TAD bit calmer. So, in the meanwhile, Holden sets out for the "Big Apple", New York City his hometown, with enough "dough" to buy him a hotel room, a couple drinks to get him drunken, some cigars, a couple telephone calls with the local pay phone, and even some hotel room company if he desired! Although, while he's their in NY, he analyzes life and his likes/dislikes as he sees himself as a "catcher in the rye". Will Holden be able to handle himself out in the big city and stay sober? Will he freeze in the icy New York weather or have a nervous breakdown? Will he see Jane again? Will Holden run away and start a life out West? Will his family find him in New York? FIND OUT IN THE BOOK Get this book!
~ Recommended by Toni D. , age 14
By Janette Rallison
“Fame, Glory, and Other things on my to-do list” is one of your average teenage romantic comedy books. The book is full of fun and laughter for the readers to enjoy. The book does, however, involve conflicts between the two main characters, Jessica and Jordan Hunter. For starters, Jessica learns that Jordan is the son of famous actor Christopher Hunter. Promising to keep his secret, the two begin to grow a close friendship and later, something more. However, their friendship, and later a relationship, starts to crumble when Jessica mistakably exposes Jordan’s secret. Of course there’s also the drama between Jordan’s parents as Jordan struggles to reunite them together. Let’s not also forget the romance and few kisses the two characters share. Above all, this book is one that all readers will want to read and enjoy. Get this book!
~ Recommended by Autumn B. , age 15
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