To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: Spoiler-Free Series Review

By: Jenny Han Hello! It’s been so long since I’ve written, and I’m really sorry about that! Anyways, here’s my review! The Plot: Lara Jean loves saving things. Ribbons, ticket stubs, her love letters. Her love letters are maybe the most important things that she’s saved. She has written five of them. One to her […]

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Rain

By: Me! I wrote this poem yesterday, and I was quite happy with the way it turned out, so I decided to share it with you all! Rain The air thick with blistering heat,  Grass as dry as the desert below our feet.  But, oh, a great miracle arises,  As it makes music; it improvises. […]

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The City Of Bones (The Shadowhunters, Book 1)

The Plot: One night at a local club in New York City, sixteen year old Clary Fray witnesses a murder and her life changes. That’s when she meets Jace Wayland and that’s where she starts to question her whole existence. A few days later, her mother gets kidnapped by an evil man named Valentine. (Every […]

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Anna and the French Kiss

By: Stephanie Perkins The Plot: Anna has fine life in America. An amazing best friend, a cute almost boyfriend, and and job she loves. Everything changes when Anna’s father sends her to a boarding school in Paris for her senior year. She thinks it will be horrible. One whole year away from everything she knows […]

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Alex and Eliza

By: Melissa De La Cruz Welcome back to my blog! Today’s post is about a book that I really enjoyed! I hope you like it! The Plot: From the day Alexander Hamilton met Eliza Schuyler at a ball in 1777, both their lives were changed forever. Fast Forward to more than two years later, 1780, […]

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Pottermore Sorting

If you guys don’t know, (which you shouldn’t because I’ve never told you😂) I am a HUGE Harry Potter fan. I have read the books twice, watched the movies countless times, and always find myself back at Harry Potter merchandise table at Barnes and Noble. But yet, I have never taken any Pottermore tests. Sure, […]

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The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

Hey guys! Sorry for the big delay of this post! With school starting, I just haven’t had any time to write!! By: Stephen Chbosky The Plot: In this book, written in letters to an unidentified person, the plot focuses on Charlie, an introverted, shy, freshman boy. He has struggled to find new friends after his […]

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Wilder Girls

By: Rory Power The Plot: It’s been eighteen month’s since a horrific disease known as the Tox hit Raxter School for Girls and Hetty’s life fell apart. It affected everything on Raxter’s island, the plants, the animals, and, the people. It started slow, killing the teachers one by one, until only two were left. Then, […]

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The Gentelman’s Guide To Vice and Virtue

By: Mackenzi Lee Welcome back, book amigos! I have wanted to read this book for so long, but I put it off because I owned so many books that I hadn’t read, and I wanted to read them first. When I finished that pile of books, I headed to my local Barnes and Noble and […]

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“I Opened a Book” (Poem)

By: Julia Donaldson Today, I thought I would write about one of my favorite bookish poems, written by Julia Donaldson. The Poem: “I opened a book and in I strode Now nobody can find me. I’ve left my chair, my house, my road, My town and my world behind me. I’m wearing the cloak, I’ve […]

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