Now that the weather is turning colder, I find myself reading stories set in the snow. Whether it’s this month’s Teen Book Club title, Let it Snow: Three Holiday Romances, or something a little more menacing–like Marcus Sedgwick’s Revolver–I love curling up under a warm blanket and reading about winter storms and cold arctic air. […]
As a librarian, reader’s advisory is a BIG (& really fun) part of my job. I am often asked the ever popular: What should I read next?
It is because of this question that I try to read as W I D E L Y as possible. Fiction, nonfiction, comics, biographies, kids books, […]
I know…I know…it hasn’t been a week and I already missed a day. BUT, seeing as how it was a Sunday that I forgot to post, I’ve decided to forgive myself and mention 2 horror titles today to make up for my lapse.
I’ve mentioned several short story collections and will most likely spend the […]
Another amazing book from Lauren Myracle:
Carly is a free-spirit–she loves dressing like a flower child, listening to sixties music, and doing everything she can to differentiate herself from her fellow students at Holy Redeemer High School, including her sister Anna.
Over the summer, Anna transformed from Carly’s little sis into a beautiful high school […]
After much deliberation I’ve decided to transform the Teen Zone blog into a book review blog. A new review will be posted every Tuesday and I want to encourage any teen who uses the Chelmsford Public Library to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any reviews you’ve written. The reviews will be primarily of books, but if […]