Teen Art & Lit — Book Reviews
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Here Where the Sunbeams are Green
by Helen Phillips
The cover made Mad and Roo look lots younger than they are in the story. I liked the action and the interesting people. It was fun to read.
by K. L. Armstrong
Kind of a Percy Jackson but for Norse myths. It has a lot of plot twists and sad parts, but mostly is happy. SPOILER: I love Baldwin and its just so sat what happens to him! Cannot wait for the sequel
Princess of the Midnight Ball
by Jessica Day George
This book is an amazing book! It's a retelling of The Twelve Dancing Princesses, and it's full of fun and adventure! I would say this belongs in the YA section, and it's the first book out of three in Jessica D. George's Princess series.
by Mark Fearing
It leaves you hanging whenever you stop.
by Stephen Pastis
It's a good book for a third grader but kind of challenging. I would like to see a series of this book.