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ya lovei read and use ya lit to help connect with my students & foster a love of reading.home about me books guys dig review policy read in… read in 2010 read in 2011 read in 2012 read in 2013 read in 2014 read in 2015 read in 2016 the rule, not the exception october 4, 2016 by mrs. andersen 8 comments my mind is racing today with too many thoughts to narrow down. i’m thinking about presidential debates, the summer essays i need to grade, unit calendars i need to finalize, books i want to read and write about, when i’m going to get our grocery shopping done, etc. yep, racing. but for some reason i can’t get my mind off the fact that so many of my students year after year don’t like reading and/or don’t consider themselves “readers.” i can’t get my mind off the fact that my classroom library is an oddity to them. i can’t stop thinking about the fact that many high school english teachers don’t offer regular independent sustained silent reading time (i say independent because i’m referring to student choice in the reading). i keep thinking about high school english classrooms without classroom libraries. schools without teachers willing to develop classroom libraries. i know books are expensive and that we spend so much out of our pockets already, but isn’t literacy and creating life-long readers worth the money spent on books? if we value education and preach the importance of reading, shouldn’t we be making time in class to read? and if we’re making time for our students to read, shouldn’t we be modeling the behavior we wish to see by reading ourselves? i’ll be honest, one of the reasons i was looking forward to a new school year was because i knew i’d have time to read during the day! i’ve heard stories of administrators not understanding classroom time being used for independent reading. what can be done to help these administrators understand and see the importance of time dedicated to reading? if you’ve ever wondered what students think of classroom libraries, i wrote a post about this back in january. with literacy advocates like donalyn miller, penny kittle, pernille ripp and so many others, why are we still missing the mark? when i started teaching, i was fortunate to have a stellar college professor who advocated for classroom libraries, read alouds, ssr time, etc. i didn’t know about donalyn miller and penny kittle, but when i discovered both of them, it reaffirmed what i was already doing as a teacher and what i knew was right. i know that literacy leaders across the country provide professional development throughout the year, but i’m beginning to wonder if those leaders are preaching to the choir and not reaching the teachers who don’t make time for independent reading or creating classroom libraries. if that’s the case, how do we reach teachers who aren’t doing this? how do we invite these teachers into our classrooms and start making positive changes? how do we make this an inviting experience and not one that puts others on the defensive? i’m in my tenth year of teaching and i’ve long worried about making waves and coming across as “preachy.” i certainly don’t want to offend anyone. but it’s high time we start having some conversations about developing readers and creating reading communities in our middle school and high school classrooms. these conversations need to extend beyond the teachers who are already putting these practices into motion. it would be excellent and empowering if more teachers could learn from each other on a regular basis. if you’ve created a classroom library and advocate for ssr time in your classroom, you should be leading other teachers in your department and in your district. attending a workshop or conference is a great place to start, but the conversation needs to continue once we’re back in our classrooms. my classroom and classrooms like mine should be the rule, not the exception. students should walk into english classrooms expecting to see classroom libraries and expecting time to read during class. it shouldn’t be shocking to see classroom walls lined with books. if you’ve found a way to reach more people about this matter, i’d love to hear from you. if you’ve been wanting to move forward with a classroom library and/or ssr time, i’d love to hear from you as well. let’s start a conversation and see what positive changes we can make together! share this:twitterfacebookemailgoogletumblrredditpinterestlike this:like loading...filed under: teaching :) tagged with: classroom libaries, reading communities, ssrbook trailer thursday (188)–three dark crowns by kendare blake september 8, 2016 by mrs. andersen 2 comments back in march i discovered that kendare blake has a new book releasing this month, so i featured it in a waiting on wednesday post. now discovering that a book trailer was made has me over the moon excited to read it! just like last week’s book trailer thursday feature, i think three dark crowns is going to make an excellent fall read. summary (from goodreads): fans of acclaimed author kendare blake’s anna dressed in blood will devour her latest novel, a dark and inventive fantasy about three sisters who must fight to the death to become queen.  in every generation on the island of fennbirn, a set of triplets is born: three queens, all equal heirs to the crown and each possessor of a coveted magic. mirabella is a fierce elemental, able to spark hungry flames or vicious storms at the snap of her fingers. katharine is a poisoner, one who can ingest the deadliest poisons without so much as a stomachache. arsinoe, a naturalist, is said to have the ability to bloom the reddest rose and control the fiercest of lions. but becoming the queen crowned isn’t solely a matter of royal birth. each sister has to fight for it. and it’s not just a game of win or lose…it’s life or death. the night the sisters turn sixteen, the battle begins. the last queen standing gets the crown.  share this:twitterfacebookemailgoogletumblrredditpinterestlike this:like loading...filed under: book trailer thursday tagged with: book trailers, fantasy, kendare blakeaudiobook review: run by kody keplinger september 3, 2016 by mrs. andersen 3 comments title: run author: kody keplinger narrators: em eldridge, elizabeth evans publisher: scholastic press release date: june 28th, 2016 source: audio purchased via audible interest: author / contemp summary (from goodreads): bo dickinson is a girl with a wild reputation, a deadbeat dad, and a mama who’s not exactly sober most of the time. everyone in town knows the dickinsons are a bad lot, but bo doesn’t care what anyone thinks. agnes atwood has never gone on a date, never even stayed out past ten, and never broken any of her parents’ overbearing rules. rules that are meant to protect their legally blind daughter — protect her from what, agnes isn’t quite sure. despite everything, bo and agnes become best friends. and it’s the sort of friendship that runs truer and deeper than anything else. so when bo shows up in the middle of the night, with police sirens wailing in the distance, desperate to get out of town, agnes doesn’t hesitate to take off with her. but running away and not getting caught will require stealing a car, tracking down bo’s dad, staying ahead of the authorities, and — worst of all — confronting some ugly secrets. audio review: i decided to listen to run because i love kody keplinger’s books and also because i was listening to another audiobook, but it was getting a little too “adult” let’s say to be listening to with jack in the car. sure, there’s some foul language in run, but that doesn’t bother me too much. i can tell jack they’re using a bad word, but how do i explain sexual stuff to a two year old? not that he understands it, but i’m sure you get where i’m going with this. anyway. i don’t think i’ve listened to em eldridge narrate any other books, but i have listened to elizabeth evans narrate a couple books and i enjoyed it. also, the audio for run is just over seven hours long which is always a plus. i enjoyed the dual narration and even the southern accents each narrator used. book review: the only book written by kody keplinger that i have not read yet is the swift boys me. with that said, i feel the need to begin this review by saying that run is so very different from her other books i’ve read. there’s a love angle in the others (which i enjoy) yet this story focuses more on friendship (which i also enjoy). this book felt like a milestone for kody keplinger; i felt like i was reading a book that shows how much she has grown as an author. also, the two perspectives really worked for me. i’ve found that i often prefer one character over another when i listen to a dual narrative, but i enjoyed agnes and bo equally. i also like that bo’s point of view is set in the present and agnes’s story starts when she and bo first meet and become friends. the stories come together and often added layers to each other’s point of view, if that makes sense. i love that through agnes, readers can understand a character who is legally blind. agnes has been treated differently her entire life and once she becomes friends with bo she begins to recognize this. bo doesn’t treat her any differently than a person who can see clearly. i loved reading this part of agnes’s life because she shows so much growth through this part of the story. her parents are at times annoyingly overprotective which causes a lot of conflict for agnes. so we get to learn who agnes is as a person, her thoughts about being blind and how others treat her, and how she can overcome those obstacles. all while still reading about her friendship with bo and their story together. kody keplinger also includes poverty in run. without intending to, i have read at least three or more books this summer with characters in poverty. i’m thankful that it worked out this way because even though poverty wasn’t the focus of the story, it’s still an important element. and it’s an element that i don’t see enough in young adult literature even though so many students face poverty. bo lives in a trailer, her mother is addicted to meth, and her entire family has a reputation for being drug addicts, trash, etc. through both bo and agnes we see just how much bo goes against the family grain. i really can’t say enough positive things about run. i’m buying a physical copy immediately because i want it available for my beginning of the school year book pass. i can’t wait to get this book in my students’ hands! share this:twitterfacebookemailgoogletumblrredditpinterestlike this:like loading...filed under: reviews tagged with: audiobook, contemporary fiction, disability, kody keplinger, multiple points of view, poverty, realistic fictionbook trailer thursday (187)–how to hang a witch by adriana mather september 1, 2016 by mrs. andersen 2 comments the school year is about to begin and even though i don’t want to see summer go, i feel myself gearing up for all things fall. and after watching the book trailer for how to hang a witch by adriana mather, i’m ready for some chilly weather, cozy on the couch, fall reading. summary (from goodreads): it’s the salem witch trials meets mean girls in a debut novel from one of the descendants of cotton mather, where the trials of high school start to feel like a modern day witch hunt for a teen with all the wrong connections to salem’s past. salem, massachusetts is the site of the infamous witch trials and the new home of samantha mather. recently transplanted from new york city, sam and her stepmother are not exactly welcomed with open arms. sam is the descendant of cotton mather, one of the men responsible for those trials and almost immediately, she becomes the enemy of a group of girls who call themselves the descendants. and guess who their ancestors were? if dealing with that weren’t enough, sam also comes face to face with a real live (well technically dead) ghost. a handsome, angry ghost who wants sam to stop touching his stuff. but soon sam discovers she is at the center of a centuries old curse affecting anyone with ties to the trials. sam must come to terms with the ghost and find a way to work with the descendants to stop a deadly cycle that has been going on since the first accused witch was hanged. if any town should have learned its lesson, it’s salem. but history may be about to repeat itself. share this:twitterfacebookemailgoogletumblrredditpinterestlike this:like loading...filed under: book trailer thursday tagged with: adriana mather, book trailers, mysteries, paranormal fantasy, witchesauthor guest post: character playlist from a mirror in the sky by aditi khorana july 25, 2016 by mrs. andersen 1 comment mirror in the sky by aditi khorana has been such a fun book to read this summer; i can’t wait to share it with my students this fall! this debut released on june 21st and would make a great addition to your classroom library. i don’t know about anyone else, but i often hear songs and think about books that they should play in if such a thing could happen. the fact that aditi khorana created a playlist that tara’s mom, jennifer, would love is awesome. summary (from goodreads): an  evocative debut, perfect for fans of tommy wallach’s  we all looked up, about the discovery of a mirror planet to earth and how it dramatically changes the course of one indian-american girl’s junior year. “beautifully written, surprising and poignant.” —lynn weingarten, new york times bestselling author of suicide notes from beautiful girls for tara krishnan, navigating brierly, the academically rigorous prep school she attends on scholarship, feels overwhelming and impossible. her junior year begins in the wake of a startling discovery: a message from an alternate earth, light years away, is intercepted by nasa. this means that on another planet, there is another version of tara, a tara who could be living better, burning brighter, because of tiny differences in her choices. the world lights up with the knowledge of terra nova, the mirror planet, and tara’s life on earth begins to change. at first, small shifts happen, like attention from nick osterman, the most popular guy at brierly, and her mother playing hooky from work to watch the news all day. but eventually those small shifts swell, the discovery of terra nova like a black hole, bending all the light around it. as a new era of scientific history dawns and tara’s life at brierly continues its orbit, only one thing is clear: nothing on earth–or for tara–will ever be the same again. mirror in the sky character playlist – jennifer from aditi: jennifer is the ultimate child of the 80s. thinking about that era that makes her feel safe and happy; it was a time when her parents were still alive. it also represents a time when she lost her parents and spent the remaining years of her youth studying to become a ballerina as she moved from one relative’s home to another  time after time – cyndi lauper aditi khorana [ak]: this song makes jennifer think of her parents. our lips are sealed – the go-go’s [ak]: jennifer thought belida carlisle had the best sense of style when she was younger come on eileen – dexy’s midnight runners [ak]: catchiest song on the planet. billie jean – michael jackson [ak]: michael jackson’s dance moves were inspirational to jennifer, then an aspiring dancer. take on me – a-ha [ak]: this was jennifer’s favorite music video when she was a kid. jessie’s girl – rick springfield [ak]: who doesn’t love this song? enjoy the silence – depeche mode [ak]: jennifer’s first concert was a depeche mode concert. all through the night – cyndi lauper [ak]: another cyndi lauper song that reminds jennifer of dancing with her mother. we got the beat – the go-go’s [ak]: because the go-go’s were the coolest lady band of the 80s. bette davis eyes – kim carnes [ak]: because jennifer has bette davis eyes. eye of the tiger – survivor [ak]: jennifer listened to this song (from the rocky soundtrack) when she trained to dance.  africa – toto [ak]: yes, the ultimate one-hit-wonder, but a jennifer favorite. what a feeling – irene cara [ak]: because flashdance is jennifer’s favorite movie. don’t you (forget about me) – simple minds [ak]: jennifer hopes wherever her parents are, they remember her everywhere – fleetwood mac [ak]: both tara and jennifer are obsessed with fleetwood mac. kyrie – mr. mister [ak]: nobody understands the lyrics to this song because they’re literally greek. apparently, the entire song is a prayer—just like jennifer’s prayer to reunite with her parents. about the author: aditi khorana spent part of her childhood in india, denmark and new england. she has a ba in international relations from brown university and an ma in global media and communications from the annenberg school for communication. she has worked as a journalist at abc news, cnn, and pbs, and most recently as a marketing executive consulting for various hollywood studios including fox, paramount and sony. mirror in the sky is her first novel. she lives in los angeles and spends her free time reading, hiking, and exploring la’s eclectic and wonderful architecture. share this:twitterfacebookemailgoogletumblrredditpinterestlike this:like loading...filed under: awesome authors tagged with: 2016 debut author, aditi khorana, blog tour, mirror in the sky, playlist, science fictionschool year reading reflection june 25, 2016 by mrs. andersen 7 comments i know many book bloggers reflect on their reading life at the end of the calendar year, which i do as well, but as a teacher i like to also reflect on my school year reading. it helps me plan my summer reading so i can work on filling in any gaps i may have had over the school year. i don’t like to plan my summer reading too much, however, because it’s my time to truly dig into my reading pile and relax. plus, i don’t know what my new group of students will need in terms of reading, but it’s still good for me to always be mindful about my reading choices. during the 2015-2016 school year i read 56 books which is an increase from last year. i’m sure most of that has to do with jack being older and i made a concerted effort to listen to more audiobooks this school year. for this post, i’m going to break down my reading life by different categories and some books will be listed more than once depending on the category. it’s important to remember that one book can appeal to a variety of readers for different reasons. historical fiction/historical novels (10 novels read): this school year i tried genre binges which i can tell really helped me diversify my reading since i tend to read mostly contemporary realistic fiction. through this process i discovered a real interest in reading historical novels. walk on earth a stranger by rae carson a night divided by jennifer nielsen jackaby by william ritter girl at war by sara novic turning 15 on the road to freedom by lynda blackmon lowry the game of love and death by martha brockenbrough american ace by marilyn nelson salt to the sea by ruta sepetys sunny side up by jennifer l. holm tomboy by liz prince fantasy (roughly 8 novels read): another binge reading genre for me was fantasy novels mostly because of my fantasy panel at alan this past year. i always enjoy reading fantasy, but i’ve noticed that a fantasy novel isn’t always the first one i grab from my tbr pile when choosing a book. i really need to work on that because i sometimes feel like i’m always recommending the same fantasy novels to my students. walk on earth a stranger by rae carson the kiss of deception by mary e. pearson the boy who lost fairyland by catherynne m. valente hex hall by rachel hawkins (i reread this as a read aloud/paranormal fantasy) demonglass by rachel hawkins (one of my classes wanted me to read the sequel as a read aloud) jackaby by william ritter (this has paranormal elements) the game of love and death by martha brockenbrough (i go back and forth about whether to qualify this as fantasy) arrows by melissa gorzelancyzk (maybe paranormal because of the whole cupid thing) mystery/thriller (8 novels read): my students this year, maybe more than previous years, love and often requested more mystery titles. this category is tough for me to break down because so many books can be viewed as mystery depending on the plot and the reader. the naturals by jennifer lynn barnes jackaby by william ritter a night divided by jennifer nielsen the accident season by moira fowley-doyle the sacred lies of minnow bly by stephanie oakes imaginary girls by nova ren suma dreamers often lie by jacqueline west perry’s killer playlist by joe schreiber science fiction (3 novels read): i simply don’t read enough of this genre. i would love some current (2015-2016) sci-fi recommendations! denton little’s deathdate by lance rubin inherit the stars by tessa elwood we are the ants by shaun david hutchinson racially diverse characters (10 novels read): i’m really trying to expand my knowledge of books with racially diverse characters because even though the district where i teach is not racially diverse, i don’t want a “white-washed” classroom library. and i know my students don’t want that either; they want broader perspectives than their own. this is still an area of improvement, however. dream things true by marie marquardt (this also works as a loose romeo & juliet retelling) all american boys by jason reynolds & brendan kiely everything, everything by nicola yoon the boy in the black suit by jason reynolds the last leaves falling by sarah benwell the game of love and death by martha brockenbrough turning 15 on the road to freedom by lynda blockmon lowry american ace by marilyn nelson enchanted air by margarita engle summer days and summer nights edited by stephanie perkins (features racially diverse characters in some of the short stories) lgbtq characters (5 novels read): i’ve been working on this area of my reading life for years now. within the last few years i can tell that it’s making a difference because more and more of my students are openly requesting more of these titles and sharing them once they’ve read them. also, for the purpose of this post i’m only listing books that feature an lgbtq main character. simon vs. the homo sapiens agenda by becky albertalli look both ways by alison cherry we are the ants by shaun david hutchinson highly illogical behavior by john corey whaley summer days and summer nights edited by stephanie perkins (features multiple lgbtq short stories) more than one point of view (13 novels read): my students love books written with more than one point of view. dream things true by marie marquardt the naturals by jennifer lynn barnes (occasionally see the serial killer’s pov) all american boys by jason reynolds and brendan kiely the kiss of deception by mary e. pearson violent ends edited by shaun david hutchinson the serpent king by jeff zentner the game of love and death by martha brockenbrough suffer love by ashley herring blake arrows by melissa gorzelancyzk salt to the sea by ruta sepetys when we collided by emery lord unrivaled by alyson noel highly illogical behavior by john corey whaley graphic novels/illustrated novels (3 novels read): i really enjoy reading graphic novels, but i know i don’t read enough of them during the school year. sunny side up by jennifer l. holm turning 15 on the road to freedom by lynda blockmon lowry tomboy by liz prince romance (22 novels read): not all of these are strictly romance, but many of them feature romantic storylines. saint anything by sarah dessen (this one isn’t as romantic as her others, but there’s still an element there) dream things true by marie marquardt dumplin’ by julie murphy the fill-in boyfriend by kasie west the kiss of deception by mary e. pearson every last word by tamara ireland stone (i like that this one applies more as dealing with mental illness) hex hall by rachel hawkins demonglass by rachel hawkins everything, everything by nicola yoon simon vs. the homo sapiens agenda by becky albertalli the game of love and death by martha brockenbrough this raging light by estelle laure lying out loud by kody keplinger suffer love by ashley herring blake not if i see you first by eric lindstrom arrows by melissa gorzelancyzk dreamers often lie by jacqueline west look both ways by alison cherry the unexpected everything by morgan matson when we collided by emery lord summer days and summer nights edited by stephanie perkins unrivaled by alyson noel some other areas of reading/genres/categories i want to read more of are memoirs, books dealing with mental illness, books featuring characters with disabilities, and more books dealing with sexual violence/rape culture. i read a couple books this school year with characters in poverty and i’d like to read more like those. i also noticed that i only read one novel in verse this school year, which is really unusual for me. share this:twitterfacebookemailgoogletumblrredditpinterestlike this:like loading...filed under: so many lists..., teaching :) tagged with: contemporary fiction, fantasy, graphic novels, historical fiction, lgbt ya, love stories, multiple points of view, mysteries, read life door, reading reflections, school year reading, science fictionreview: look both ways by alison cherry june 1, 2016 by mrs. andersen leave a comment title: look both ways author: alison cherry publisher: delacorte press release date: june 14th, 2016 source: arc received from the publisher interest: contemp summary (from goodreads): the story of a girl hoping she’s found a place to belong . . . only to learn that neither talent nor love is as straightforward as she thinks. a summer away from the city is the beginning of everything for brooklyn shepard. her theater apprenticeship at allerdale is a chance to prove that she can carve out a niche all her own, surrounded by people who don’t know anything about her or her family of superstar performers. brooklyn immediately hits it off with her roommate, zoe, and soon their friendship turns into something more. brooklyn wants to see herself as someone who’s open to everything and everyone, but as her feelings for zoe intensify, so do her doubts. she’s happier than she’s ever been—but is it because of her new relationship? or is it because she’s finally discovering who she wants to be? i’ve been in kind of a reading funk lately because i’m so focused on my 21 day fix journey. most of my non-work related focus and energy has been on eating well and working out. over spring break i tried reading a few different books, but none of them were holding my attention the way i needed them to. on a whim i picked up my copy of look both ways. i can’t say exactly what it was that did it, but i was hooked instantly. it was fun being thrown into brooklyn’s theater-driven family right away. it really set the stage (see what i did there? ;)) for the novel. even though brooklyn’s family appears very open and accepting, it was immediately apparent how much pressure she’s under to measure up to them. these expectations haunt and affect brooklyn throughout the novel. reading alison cherry’s novel made me realize that i haven’t read many books about drama kids. i was never involved in theater, so it’s fun reading from this perspective. the school where i teach has an excellent drama program, so i know my theater kids will eat this up. look both ways is a well-balanced novel. so much ties in with brooklyn accepting and discovering who she is. this part of the story came through with her relationship with zoe and her understanding of herself as a person and thespian. i was afraid her blossoming relationship with zoe would overshadow the rest of the novel, but it never did. almost every scene with zoe led back to brooklyn working through her own worries about being inadequate and what her family and friends will think of her true passions. teens, regardless of their participation in drama, will enjoy cherry’s novel because it deals with real teen concerns and trials. actually, much of it reminded me of ask the passengers by a.s. king. i can see a lot of teen girls appreciating brooklyn’s gray area when it comes to her friendship/relationship with zoe and how she often tries to visualize what she wants to happen. i blew through look both ways. it kept me up late as i told myself “just one more chapter.” i can’t remember the last time a book did that to me! i’ve never read any of alison cherry’s books before; after reading her upcoming release i’m going to remedy that. here’s a list of some other positives about the book: the summer setting a boarding school feel since it takes place at a summer camp fun characters a fresh story share this:twitterfacebookemailgoogletumblrredditpinterestlike this:like loading...filed under: reviews tagged with: alison cherry, contemporary fiction, lgbt ya, love stories, realistic fiction, summer camp, theater kidswhat i’m reading next: the start of me and you by emery lord may 31, 2016 by mrs. andersen leave a comment last year a student named ari was in my literature & composition i honors class. she is an avid reader, borrowed some of my books over the summer, and even though she isn’t in any of my classes this year she still stops in on a regular basis to borrow and/or discuss books. this morning before school began she brought back the start of me and you by emery lord (lord’s second novel) and told me she loved it. ari recently read and enjoyed when we collided after i recommended it, which is why she wanted to read the start of me and you next. it didn’t take much prompting on my part to find out why she loved lord’s sophomore release. she was smiling from ear to ear as she explained to me that she felt like she was the character. that even though she can’t relate with paige’s grief, everything else about paige was just like her. she found herself within the pages of this novel and she loved it. ari told me all about how she spent the majority of her memorial day tearing through this story. one of her favorite aspects of the start of me and you is that paige didn’t need to rely on a love interest to help her find herself or solve her conflict(s). in fact, once we were done discussing the novel and how amazing it is to find ourselves within the pages of books, she asked me if i could recommend any books with similar characters/situations to paige. i admitted that might be difficult for me since i haven’t read it yet, but i did my best and she chose a novel by sarah ockler. so with that much enthusiasm and joy, how could i not instantly start reading the start of me and you? i’ve read both of emery lord’s other books and loved them. but it’s more than that. i love how donalyn miller says that students will read the books we (teachers) bless, but it ends up being even more powerful when we (teachers) read the books that students bless. and that’s why tonight i’m diving into a novel that ari blessed. which books have you read and loved that students recommended? i’d love to read about it! share this:twitterfacebookemailgoogletumblrredditpinterestlike this:like loading...filed under: teaching :) tagged with: emery lord, student recommended, the start of me and youblog tour book review–summer days and summer nights: twelve love stories edited by stephanie perkins may 24, 2016 by mrs. andersen leave a comment title: summer days and summer nights: twelve love stories editor/author: stephanie perkins publisher: st. martin’s griffin release date: may 17th, 2016 interest: short stories / authors source: e-arc provided by the publisher summary (from goodreads): maybe it’s the long, lazy days, or maybe it’s the heat making everyone a little bit crazy. whatever the reason, summer is the perfect time for love to bloom. summer days & summer nights: twelve love stories, written by twelve bestselling young adult writers and edited by the international bestselling author stephanie perkins, will have you dreaming of sunset strolls by the lake. so set out your beach chair and grab your sunglasses. you have twelve reasons this summer to soak up the sun and fall in love. featuring stories by leigh bardugo, francesca lia block, libba bray, cassandra clare, brandy colbert, tim federle, lev grossman, nina lacour, stephanie perkins, veronica roth, jon skovron, and jennifer e. smith. to start, i’m not well-versed in short story anthologies, but after reading summer days and summer nights, i am eager to read more! not only are the majority of the stories in this anthology absolutely delightful, it was so liberating being able to bounce from story to story and still feel that sense of accomplishment when i was done even though i skimmed over a couple stories that weren’t really for me. i love that stephanie perkins included a range of authors who write different genres and that some of the stories include not only racially diverse characters, but lgbt characters, too. because of this range, i know i can hand this book to a large variety of readers in my classroom. and speaking of lgbt characters, nina lacour’s addition to the anthology was one of my favorites. she drew me in right away with flora in “the end of the love.” it impressed me that within such a small span of time i knew so much about flora’s troubled life at home and also saw a relationship blossom. i would love it if nina lacour turns flora’s story into a novel. when it comes to wanting more, i need more of “in ninety minutes, turn north” by stephanie perkins. i already know that i’m feeling lost without a new perkins novel to read, but that feeling intensified while i read marigold’s and north’s story. i’m not sure how many pages this story is since i read it on my kindle, but seriously, i fell in love with both of them and it couldn’t have been more than thirty pages long! this is another one that i hope to see as a complete novel one day. they’re both so earnest and real and sweet. overall, i highly recommend reading summer days and summer nights, especially if you want to expose yourself to some new authors. i haven’t read anything by tim federle (yet) and thoroughly enjoyed his short story. i also discovered that i really like brandy colbert’s writing as well. this is not only a good addition for a class library, it’s an excellent anthology to read while enjoying the sun this summer. share this:twitterfacebookemailgoogletumblrredditpinterestlike this:like loading...filed under: reviews tagged with: anthology, blog tour, lgbt ya, love stories, nina lacour, short stories, stephanie perkinsbook trailer thursday (186)–wink poppy midnight by april genevieve tucholke may 19, 2016 by mrs. andersen leave a comment i’ve read mixed reviews for wink poppy midnight, but i’m still interested in reading it because my students and i love a good mystery. it will be interesting to hear what they think about the book trailer after showing it since it’s so simple compared to other book trailers. if you’ve read this already i’d love to know what you think! summary (from goodreads): every story needs a hero. every story needs a villain. every story needs a secret. wink is the odd, mysterious neighbor girl, wild red hair and freckles. poppy is the blond bully and the beautiful, manipulative high school queen bee. midnight is the sweet, uncertain boy caught between them. wink. poppy. midnight. two girls. one boy. three voices that burst onto the page in short, sharp, bewitching chapters, and spiral swiftly and inexorably toward something terrible or tricky or tremendous. what really happened? someone knows. someone is lying. share this:twitterfacebookemailgoogletumblrredditpinterestlike this:like loading...filed under: book trailer thursday tagged with: april genevieve tucholke, book trailers, mysteriesnext page »connect contact info if you'd like ya love to review a book, host a giveaway or hold 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