Hey, everyone! It's one of my favorite weeks of the year: banned books week. And to kick off this week, I wanted to share a list of my favorite frequently banned/challenged books. I 100% do not support banning or challenging books. I do not support literary censorship. I do not support restricting children . . .
Camino lives in the Dominican Republic with her aunt, the village healer. She helps her aunt around the house and around the village, hoping one day to move to the States and go to college to be a doctor. She lives for the summers when her father comes to visit from America. Yahaira lives in New York with her mother and father. She's an . . .
It’s Hannah’s senior year of high school, but instead of worrying about dances and homework and friends, she’s planning to take down the Hunters before they can take away her magic. It comes to light that the Hunters have discovered a way to take out entire covens all at once, and Hannah is desperate to help the Clans save everyone’s magic. But this is a . . .
Five teens, who couldn’t be more different from one another, wind up together in detention: Nate, the drug dealer who’s on probation; Bronwyn, the future valedictorian; Cooper, Bayview High’s star baseball pitcher; Addie, the popular girl with the popular boyfriend; and Simon, the creator of Bayview’s notorious gossip app, where he spills the secrets of all his classmates, sometimes . . .
Oxana was going to die for the murders she committed, avenging her father. But a powerful organization known as the 12 spares her life, only to recruit her as one of their skilled assassins. Now called Villanelle, she hunts and kills the world's richest and most powerful. Eve works for MI5, until an influential politician is murdered on her watch. Now she's been recruited, on . . .
Being trapped in a library may sound like a dream come true, but for Autumn, it’s actually a nightmare. She’s supposed to going to a cabin with some friends for the weekend, where she’s finally going to confess her feelings to Jeff. Instead, she gets left behind at the library, and locked in. No phone. No food. No warm clothes. And to make things worse . . .
Quentin Coldwater finds himself back at Brakebills, back where it all began. This time, however, as a professor. He's thirty years old and has been cast out of Fillory, the only place he truly felt he belonged. But it's time let all of that go, start over, start his new life back on Earth. But it seems he can't put that all behind him, not yet. Something's wrong in . . .
Frances Janvier feels like two separate people: there's school Frances, who is quiet, plain, studious---boring; then there's the real Frances, who loves patterned leggings, watching movies and eating pizza with her mum, and drawing fan art for her favorite podcast, Universe City. The podcast is voiced by the anonymous Radio . . .
The year is 1999, and Lincoln has just started a new job working nights as an Internet Security Officer at The Courier. He didn't realize "Internet Security Office" translated to "reading people's emails." When an email gets flagged---emails that contain profanity, emails that don't pertain to work, etc.---Lincoln is supposed to send the . . .
It’s been months since the Carls have disappeared—and April May along with them. Most people think she’s dead, but her friends still have hope. Especially when they start receiving mysterious books that seem to predict the future. Andy has since become somewhat internet famous himself, speaking at conferences and online about the post-Carl . . .