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Who I Follow

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Back to school fashion by the books!

fashion-by-the-book:

Rumble by Ellen Hopkins

Find it here

Bestselling Author Ellen Hopkins has a new book out today! Read my review here.

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Today’s post is brought to you by kick butt ladies. I found this article earlier and was captivated by how cool some (all) of the featured ladies are. (Seriously, if you haven’t clicked the link, do it. Now!)

French Resistance fighters? WWII pilots? Amelia Earhart? The first female tattooist? These ladies made me start thinking of the feisty female heroines I appreciate in novels. I’ve pictured a few but would love to know your favorites. Leave ‘em in the comments! 

- Heather, Teen Services Librarian

Who doesn’t love That 70’s Show? The fine folks over at The Hub have created an interesting list of what they might read!

bookriot:

We’ve seen dozens, if not hundreds, of videos for the ice bucket challenge for ALS.

Here’s a roundup of some of the best from the book world.

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yasimon:

Perfect.

yasimon:

Perfect.

The Arrival

Illustrated by Shaun Tan

This heart-wrenching story opens with a husband kissing his wife and daughter goodbye as he journeys in search of a job that will provide a better life for them all. Artist Shaun Tan explores the experience of the immigrant, isolated and alone in a fantastic new world. Using only images to tell the story and limited only by his imagination, Tan evokes emotions that are easily relatable. From the first image you will be transported to a magical world that won’t let go until you turn the final tear-jerking page.

Enjoy the visual feast at YA GRAPHICS TAN

Like this? Then check out these great titles: Castle Waiting by Linda Medley (YA GRAPHICS MEDLEY), Lost and Found by Shaun Tan (JP TAN), Robot Dreams by Sara Varon (YA GRAPHICS VARON), or Tales from Outer Suburbia by Shaun Tan (YA GRAPHICS TAN).

-Eric, Intrepid Traveler and Car Reader

snarkyl1brar1an:

astor-and-blue:

booklikes:

Great books here I come!

Oooh, I like this!

Excellent description of why I read!

snarkyl1brar1an:

astor-and-blue:

booklikes:

Great books here I come!

Oooh, I like this!

Excellent description of why I read!

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