Japanese version of the Hunger Games. Or rather the Hunger Games is the American version of this.
“Shay’s Directions” -Uglies by Scott Westerfeld I knew immediately what the worst mistake was as soon as it talked about breaks!
A thrilling, fast-paced dystopian novel about the dangers of unchecked power and the dilemmas facing a boy torn between two ways of life.
I am by no means a Doomsday Prepper. While there's always the risk of a disaster that could test our preparedness - and I do try to be prepared for that -
Along the lines of Mary Downing Hahn, this YA books are slightly creepy but not scary, and all end well. I'm kinda new to this author, but so far I really like his work--engaging plots, good characters, well-written. So far I have read this book as well as "The Ghost of Graylock" and "The Nightmarys." Highly recommend them all.
Un libro en mi mochila.
Number to Stars by Lois Lowry. "Tells the story of a Danish family with Jewish friends during World War II. Important to class: teaches the Holocaust on a personal level that young students can connect with. Important to me: brings the Holocaust to life while teaching the value of friendship."
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane book read in Korean Drama "My Love From Another Star by Kate DiCamillo
The Warrior Heir, The Wizard Heir and The Dragon Heir...all good books =)