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What are some books that you have read this year that might interest others?

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  1. Some great teen reads which I recently enjoyed are are Salt to the Sea (HF), Aristotle & Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (RF), and Eleanor & Park (RF).

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  2. Oh, Mrs. O.! I want to read Eleanor & Park. I heard it was fabulous from numerous people. That is going to be my summer read.

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  3. Some awesome books I read is the WaterFire Saga by Jennifer Donnelly. This includes Deep Blue, Rogue Wave, Dark Tide, and more to come. If you like fanasty books and enjoy magic and adventure, this series is for you. This book is an adventure with magical mermaids. I loved these books because they were super interesting and I couldn’t put it down, you have to read it!

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  4. Three fantastic series I read this year are the Divergent Trilogy, The Hunger Games Trilogy, and the the Matched trilogy. These are all dystopian series. If you enjoy futuristic elements these series are filled with them. These books are about rebellions against the governmnt. These series were full of suspense and some books left you on cliff hangers, making you hungry for more.

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  5. I loved Deep Blue and Rogue Wave! I am now reading Dark Tide.

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  6. I loved the Hunger Games, Divergent, and Matched Trilogies. They are all distopian series and full of rebellion.

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  7. I loved the Hunger Games, Divergent, and Matched Trilogies. They are all distopian series and full of rebellion. Anybody who likes action packed novels will adore these series

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  8. I loved the Hunger Games books, too! I would recommend them for Summer reading.

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  9. Mrs. T. Nevins :)

    June 15, 2016 at 12:48 am

    Do you like Non-fiction? Does WWII and the Holocaust interest you? A MUST READ….”Edith’s Story” by Edith Velmans. I’ve read, literally, HUNDREDS of books in this genre/subject and I truly enjoyed this one. Sad parts, absolutely. Very well written. ❤
    Last summer I read, "Between Shades of Gray" and enjoyed it very much. Not many books, at least that I have read, tell the story from the Lithuanian perspective. Ruta Sepetys can be followed on Facebook and Twitter. She's very interesting. They are currently filming the movie!
    I just received the next book I'm going to read….I'll let you know what it is once I read it. <>
    Hope you are enjoying your summer!! =)

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  10. I read Between Shades of Gray as well. I don’t read many historical fiction novels but this book interested me. I am really looking forward to watching the movie!

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  11. I would recommend Cardturner, Bullyville, Small as an Elephant, Elephant Run, and The Graveyard Book. I seem to have an elephant theme this summer. I just need to get my hands on What Elephants Know. 🙂

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  12. Oh, and one more … Stung. This is a dystopian fiction that focuses on what happens to our world when all the bees die.🐝

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  13. Just finished the book The Many Worlds of Albie Bright. It was such a beautiful story and a quick read.

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  14. How did I ever miss reading The Lions of Little Rock? It was such a moving tale of friendship set against the cruel background of racism. Just loved it!

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  15. I just read Waste of Space by Gina Damico, and it was the most bizarre story I have ever read. In the book, a reality TV channel is faking a show where 10 teenagers are flown into space. The show is poorly run, but still gets very popular. As the show continues, strange things start happening, and as everything gets out of hand the TV audience loves it. If you like an action, sort-of science fiction book you will enjoy the chaos and excitement of Waste of Space.

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