Butter is about an obese boy named Butter. He has a major weight issue and invites all his classmates to watch him eat himself to death on New Years Eve. This causes people to notice him and try to befriend him. He becomes part of the in crowd. Still though, he has a major issue with himself, and those around him are not helping. Soon he sees that his new friends aren't any less cruel than those that used to bully him.
I would like to read this book
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell- Cath and her twin sister, Wren, have been obsessed with the Simon Snow series for as long as the can remember. Simon Snow has been their rock through the struggles of growing up before and after their mom leaves. It's not just a hobby for them, it's a lifestyle. At least, not for Cath, who needs Simon to help her get through college when she doesn't have Wren to keep her stable.
Sorry. I'm just FANGIRLING.
Ruby was locked in her garage by her parents. She ends up going to a rehabilitation camp. This girl survived a deadly disease that has killed most of America's children. As a result, she has powers she can't control. She escapes the camp and finds a haven for people like her. Their brave leader falls for her. She doesn't want to get close. She meets people who want to use her in a fight against the government and faces a terrible choice.
Boy21 sounds like an indulging come-of-age story. Finn, the main character lives in Belmont and plays basketball. It is his way out of the mob run town he lives in. When a new player goes to school, Boy21, he has to deal with him. Recently been through tragedy, Boy21 is dealing with problems of his own. The story drags us through the tough year Finn is living and we find out that not everything is what it seems.
This book is basically about a girl going through high school having trouble making friends. She has always been an outsider and people are always making fun of her. She almost give up on trying to become popular, but then she goes to this mysterious party in a warehouse where she meets a group of interesting people and finds a love for DJing.
Aristotle is an angry teen with a brother in prison. Dante is a know-it-all who has an unusual way of looking at the world. When the two meet at the swimming pool, they seem to have nothing in common, but as the loners start spending time together, they discover that they share a special friendship. It is through this friendship that Ari and Dante learn the most important truths about themselves and the kind of people they want to be.
We Were Liars is a book about a girl named Candace. She's rich sheltered, and has a private island. But one day, an accident happens to her. Her friends haven't been seen since that day. This is about her attempts to find answers.
I think that I would like to read this book.
The book I was assigned to read is called Say What You Will. It's a story about high school girl named Amy who suffers from Cerebral Palsy, meaning she can't walk without a walker and needs a voice box to aid her in talking. She befriends Matthew, a young man who suffers from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and is plagued by his own thoughts and crippling fears. As these two students spend more time with each other, their friendship grows and blossoms into something more.
"I am the weapon" a.k.a boy nobody is book one of "The Unknown Assassin" trilogy. Its about a boy that moves to a new town, a new high school, and a new name. He only stays long enough for someone to die of natural causes. But when his next target is the major of New York city he still remembers the boy he once was and wants to have a regular teen life.
This sounds like a very good book.
Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson is the first book in The Reckoners series. Ten years ago, a mysterious event known as the Calamity occurred, which gave ordinary people special abilities. These people were called the Epics by the rest of the population. Because of their superhuman abilities, the Epics gained a thirst for power and the desire to rule all of humanity. The Reckoners, a group of humans who study the Epics for their weaknesses and assassinate them, are the only ones who fight against the Epics. David wants to join The Reckoners because Steelheart, one of the most powerful Epics to ever exist, killed his father. David knows he has a powerful advantage -- he has seen Steelheart bleed, meaning Steelheart is not as invincible as he is believed to be.
Link to Amazon page: http://www.amazon.com/Steelheart-The-Reckoners-Brandon-Sanderson/dp/0385743564
This sounds like a Very, very good book that i would like to read.
From the author who of Bird in Hand and The Way Life Should Be, comes her most aspiring and influential book yet, Orphan Train. Nearly old enough to go to “The Slammer”, delinquent Molly Ayer has one thing that’s keeping her free; a community service position helping an elderly woman clean out her home. 91 year old Vivian Daly has lived a quiet life on the coast of Maine. But buried in her attic are fragments of a rough past. As Molly sorts through old and dusty belongings, she’ll discover that even with the age gap, she and Vivan aren’t that different after all.
This sounds like a book that I may like to read.
My book was The Impossible Knife of Memory. It is about a girl named Haley who never stayed in a place long because of the memories that scarred him for life. Finally, they moved back to Iraq so Haley could get an education. She has hope that she can have a normal life. She has met a boy she likes but he has secrets of his own.
him is supposed to be her father
This sounds very interesting and I may like to read it.
The book, Escape From Camp 14 looks like a really interesting book.It is about a guy in north Korea that escape from a camp and doesnt get caught
I really want to read this book.
Rot & Ruin,- Benny Imura lives in the zombie-infested, post-apocalyptic America where all teens are expected to have a job by age 15 or face the risk of their rations getting cut in half. Benny doesn't want to be his no fun, zombie hunter elder brother's cadet, but he has no choice. Benny thinks this will be a tricky, slaying zombies for money, but he gets a calling that teaches him what it really means to be human,
I'm pretty sure I want to read this book.
If You Could be Mine is a wonderful love story about two Iranian girls named Sahar and Nasrin that are in deep love. But their love is contested by their country laws which if their love comes to light then they can be beaten, put in jail, or worst. They have been fine with their secret love until one of the young girls Nasrin gets arranged married to a young doctor. Nasrin still wants to carry out her secret love but Sahar does not want to share the love.
There is a solution. Sahar can get a sex change which is legal and available.But Sahar wants to love Nasrin in her body, not in another one. But continuing this secret love can get them both killed.
Now Sahsar has a choice, is her love worth her life or true personality
Wow, this sounds very.... intriguing. Iran is known for severe punishment and condemning homosexuality, and the people in this book take a turn. This isn't a lovey-dovey cliche book, and I want to see if they die at the end or not.
"Cruel Beauty" by Rosamund Hodge is about a young girl, Nyx, who since birth has been betrothed to her kingdom's ruler, Ignefix. She planned to marry him, kill him and free her kingdom. When she moves into his castle after her 17th birthday, she is charmed by him. So she must choose to save her kingdom or being faithful to her husband.
I say yes to this.
Yes 100,000,000 times.
Chris Ballard is the author of the book One Shot at Forever. In 1971 a high school from the small town Rural Illinois.They didn't have a lot but they still made it.They didn't have a actual coach the had a English teacher with no coaching background. The found a coach and a star player that led them places. After the season they lives were changed.
Between Shades of Gray is about a fifteen-year old girl from Russia, named Lina. Lina an artist that loves to draw and paint different things. One night, Soviet officers break into Lina's home and separate her from her father and sends Lina, her mother, and younger brother to work camps. At the camps, they are forced to dig for beets and fight each other to survive. Lina draws events that happen at the camp and sends them to her father so he knows they are alive. Through love and hope Lina makes a stressful journey to survive.
The compelling and visceral memoir of 19 year old Paige Rawl as she struggles with vicious bullying. Paige has been HIV positive since birth but that has never held her, but one day at school she tells her friend that she has HIV and the bullying starts within hours. Day by day she struggles until she finds staring a bottle of sleeping pills. This memoir shows how she overcame her tragic ordeal.
I reallllllllly want to read this book.
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its about a boy who is gay and get teased by it and about his sister how they where close as children but now they drifting apart , so they trying to find why there not close like they where when they was young. one part talk about the boy the other talk about the sister
My book, Girl In Translation, is about a Chinese girl who traveled with her mother to a Brooklyn squalor and her mother works as a factory worker, making Kimberly work along with her for the poorly wages. Yeah, it sounds bad as it looks. Not only she works a night for little pay and aching fingers, she goes to an American school. Yes, she can't speak fleunt English, just a few words picked up from the street. Being antisocial and weird, she finds a friend and both her friend and her mother pressures her to try harder- in two different ways.
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