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Recommended YA Reads – The haters by Jesse Andrews

Corey and Wes are a couple of dork guys stranded at Jazz Camp for summer where they soon realise 1. the deep mediocrity of their own talents and 2. Jazz Camp is full of douches – apart from Ash – … Continue reading

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Librarian Recommmended Teen Reads: Half Lost by Sally Green

  It’s a good book that can give me feels enough to cry and the conclusion to this awesome trilogy had me sobbing, actual. And now it’s completed, you can read the three books without waiting, yay! White witches hate … Continue reading

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Librarian Recommended YA Reads: All we had by Annie Weatherwax

There’s just Ruby and her mum Rita, bouncing from place to place, job to job and boyfriend to boyfriend to try to avoid going completely going under. Life is hard but Rita keeps picking herself up and reapplying her lipstick, … Continue reading

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Recommended Teen Reads: We Were Liars by E Lockheart

Cadence is a member of the distinguished Sinclair family, whose wealth and privilege extend to owning a private island off Martha’s Vineyard where the family spend their summers. Cadence, her cousins Johnny and Mirren, and family friend Gat have a tight … Continue reading

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A Fig at the Gate by Kate Llewellyn

‘A Fig at the Gate’ takes us with Kate Llewellyn, now in her seventies, as she embraces a new phase in her life, establishing and nourishing an entirely new garden in which she finds not only delight but a focus … Continue reading

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