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    Book Review: The Misfits by James Howe

    An engaging story about four middle school students and getting to know each other's unique traits, quirks, and personalities.

    A book review : Greyhound by Steffan Piper

    Twelve-year-old Sebastian Ranes finds himself alone on a Greyhound bus on a coast-to-coast journey across the United States. A Coming-of-Age novel that is much more.

    Book review: Scar Island by Dan Gemeinhart

    A dark and compelling Coming-of-Age adventure with a fast paced and engaging narrative. Recommended!

    Book Review: What Cathy Saw and other stories

    A highly original, well-written collection of four whimsical, yet often intense, short stories.
    Among the Hidden

    Among the Hidden by Margaret Peterson Haddix

    A Coming-of-Age novel by Margaret Peterson with a story set in a dystopian future.
    During an outing on the river , young James (Chris Cleary Miles) and his perspective adoptive father , Graham Holt (William Hurt) , become better acquainted in Warner Bros`s emotional drama, Second Best.

    David Cook: A Retrospective

    A reflection on two novels of David Cook that focus on childhood, adolescent development and intergenerational relationships.

    The Amulet: A Book Review

    An easy-to-read, skillfully written adventure that questions values from a child's point of view. It has you not wanting it to end.
    A lucky Child

    Book Review: A Lucky Child by Thomas Buergenthal

    A memoir of one young boy’s victory over the unimaginable cruelties, the starvation and brutality of the Nazi concentration camps.

    The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13¾

    A joyful reading experience from cover to cover, The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾ gets TheSkykid.com's highest recommendation.

    Book Review: What They Always Tell Us

    An interesting young adult’s novel focusing on the family life and rite-of-passage experiences of two brothers who live in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
    Mary Renault Fire From Heaven

    Fire from Heaven: A Book Review

    "Fire from Heaven" is a book filled with wisdom about life and gives a lot of food for thought to its readers, young and old alike.
    Man without a face

    The Man Without a Face: A Book Review

    A beautifully crafted portrayal of a boy's rite-of-passage experience during a summer in the 1970's as he prepares to take a school entrance exam.