Monday, August 14, 2017

Sticks & Stones, and Bubbles by Abby Cooper


Hello everyone! A couple of days ago, I finished reading a book called Bubbles by Abby Cooper. This is Abby Cooper's second novel, and after reading the book, I realized I never wrote a post for her first book, Sticks & Stones. Then I thought, Hey! Why not write a post for both of the books?! Today, I am going to do just that!

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Women in Sports: 50 Fearless Athletes Who Played to Win by Rachel Ignotofsky

Hello everyone! I hope you are having a great summer! As you may or may not know, in the past, I wrote a post about one of my favorite books titled Women In Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World. Click here to view my post for Women in Science. The author of Women in Science, Rachel Ignotofsky, has recently come out with another book called Women in Sports: 50 Fearless Athletes Who Played to Win. I finished reading this book, and really enjoyed it, so I thought that I would go ahead and share it with you.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Finding Perfect by Elly Swartz

Image result for finding perfect coverHello everyone! Today I am here to recommend a book that I finished reading in only a couple of hours. I was that into it. The book is called Finding Perfect by Elly Swartz, and I highly recommend it.

As you know, in the past I have written posts with and without trailers that I make, and for this post, I am going to write a short summary, and include a trailer that I have made. Yes. I loved it that much!

Finding Perfect is about a girl named Molly. Molly likes everything to be perfect, and to do so, she does everything the same way. Color coding, alphabetizing, and placing each one of her glass animals exactly one inch apart. She likes it this way. Perfect.  

Molly lives with her older sister, younger brother, and her father. Molly’s mother left less than a year ago, and moved to Canada for her work. She promised that she would be back in a year, and Molly has been counting down the days until she returns. But even Molly isn’t sure if she will come back for good.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

The Ascendance Trilogy (1) The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen

Hi everyone! A couple of weeks ago, I finished reading a great book written by Jennifer A Nielsen that I wanted to share with you. It is the first book in The Ascendance Trilogy, and I really enjoyed it! The book is titled The False Prince, which is what really caught my eye. The book had been recommended to me recently, and I thought I should share it with you!


The False Prince is written from the perspective of an orphaned boy named Sage who lives in the kingdom of Carthya. Sage is a tricky boy, good with theft, quick on his feet, and tends to think of only himself. Until one day, he gets bought by a nobleman named Conner, and taken away from his orphanage for good. Little did he know, that he may become a part of a crazy scheme. One that would either save his country, or get those involved……. killed.


Lord Conner takes Sage away to his palace, where he is to compete with four other orphans to impersonate a long lost prince in an attempt to stop a war. The competition between the orphans is fierce, for those who don’t win…….. well, nothing good shall come to them. And who would ever miss an orphan?

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Amina's Voice by Hena Khan

Hi everyone! Today, I just finished an amazing book that I have to share with you! It is called Amina’s Voice and it is written by Hena Khan, an award winning author! It came out this year, and so it is relatively new.

Amina is a Pakistani-American Muslim girl, who has a good life. She has a best friend, Soojin, a wonderful family, and a hidden talent. A talent for singing. A talent she shares with practically no one. Being in the spotlight is not something that she desires. So hidden her talent stays.

When Soojin becomes friends with a girl named Emily, Amina wonders if Soojin will soon leave Amina behind for Emily. Soojin starts to talk about changing her name, and other things about her so she is more “American”. Amina doesn’t know if she should be doing the same. When Amina’s uncle comes to visit from Pakistan, Amina starts to doubt herself even more.