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Click’d Review in School Library Journal

Thrilled to see this wonderful review for Click'd in School Library Journal. Thank you! Allie Navarro has just returned from Code Girls summer camp where her app, Click’d, proved wildly successful. The platform pairs people who share common interests: it’s perfect for those who are shy or otherwise uncertain about meeting new friends. Now all Allie

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School Library Journal | Tackling Mental Health Through YA Lit

Tackling Mental Health Through YA Lit Honored to see EVERY LAST WORD in this School Library Journal article, and so excited to be taking part in the “Teen Librarian Toolbox“ discussion on mental health in YA literature (‪#‎MHYALit‬). Throughout 2016, a variety of authors, librarians, and teens will be sharing personal stories and discussing books,

School Library Journal | Teens Review the Next “Fault in Our Stars,” a “Sweet” Horror Tale, and More

Teens Review the Next “Fault in Our Stars,” a “Sweet” Horror Tale, and More STONE, Tamara Ireland. Every Last Word. Disney-Hyperion. June 2015. Tr $17.99. ISBN 9781484705278. Gr 8 Up –IT WAS SO AMAZINGLY PERFECT!!!!!!! THIS BOOK IS SO AMAZING BEYOND BELIEF. I’M SORRY FOR ALL YOU CONTROL FREAKS WHO MAY BE READING THIS AND

Time After Time in School Library Journal

I am delighted with this review of Time After Time in School Library Journal! I'm especially fond of these two quotes: "The plot marches along at a good pace and those who like romance/adventure stories will want to find out if Anna and Bennett end up together." "With the anniversary of Dr. Who and movies

Review: School Library Journal

I'm delighted to share this review of Time Between Us from this month's issue of School Library Journal: Gr 8 Up – Sixteen-year-old Anna Greene dreams of visiting exotic locations far removed from her safe, suburban life in 1995 Evanston, Illinois. When she meets newcomer Bennett Cooper, she’s immediately drawn to him, but there’s something