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What Should We Be Reading - 2019

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message 1: by Terry (last edited Apr 03, 2019 04:36AM) (new)

Terry (readingtub) | 43 comments Mod
Read a book you adore, love, and want everyone to know about - and read? Want it to be nominated for a 2019 Cybils?

You've come to the right place. Book talk it here! Give us the title, author, and what you loved most in your comment ...


message 2: by Melissa, Blog Co-Editor (new)

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With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo: a thoughtful, compelling, and thoroughly engrossing look at a girl who is more than her teen pregnancy. She's passionate about food and her Afro-Puerto Rican culture and I just loved the whole story!


message 3: by Terry (last edited May 28, 2019 01:32PM) (new)

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I just finished reading Hedy Lamarr's Double Life: Hollywood Legend and Brilliant Inventor.

What a timely book. Loved the theme that girls can love arts AND science at the same time!!


message 4: by Terry (new)

Terry (readingtub) | 43 comments Mod
Link to book: With the Fire on High


message 5: by Melissa, Blog Co-Editor (new)

Melissa | 2 comments Mod
Caterpillar Summer is a good middle grade read. Perfect for summer too!!


message 6: by Terry (last edited Jun 01, 2019 02:05PM) (new)

Terry (readingtub) | 43 comments Mod
Thanks, Melissa!! Here's a link to the book: Caterpillar Summer


message 7: by Alex , MG Fiction Chair (new)

Alex  Baugh (alexbaugh) | 2 comments Mod
So was August Isle by Ali Standish. At first, I thought it was going to be too much like Caterpillar Summer, but it turned out to be a very different kind of story.


message 8: by Terry (new)

Terry (readingtub) | 43 comments Mod
Here's a link to the book: August Isle


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