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The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins.Yes, I obsess over this book.yes, I now relate certain things that happen to me in real like to The Hunger Games.

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Need something after the heartbreaking beauty of The Fault in Our Stars? Try some of these books. I loved fault in our stars and just listen must read the others!

Greece Library Teen Blog: From the Blog Epic Reads - the United States of YA

Check out this cool United States of YA Map from Epic Reads. A YA book for each state! How many states have you read?

101 Top Picks to Read This Summer @Rachel Renbarger @Mia Stachura

101 Top Picks to Read This Summer

A summer reading flow chart from the folks at Daily Infographic. For those of you who don't know what to read next

What should I read next? My list is already so long, I better get started!

What should you read next?

I admit the flow chart leaves a little to be desired (um, no, I did NOT read Life of Pi because of the movie. I read it long before they decided to make the movie) but overall great book ideas

What Do You Feel Like Reading #Infographic #books #reading by alana

What Do You Feel Like Reading Infographic. Make one with teen lot for outside reading assignment.

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10 Totally Freaky Books Perfect For Halloween

My name is Elizabeth Anne Hawksmith, and my age is three hundred and eighty-four years. If you will listen, I will tell you a tale of witches. The Witch's Daughter - Paula Brackston.

So useful

Must-read books for summer 2013 (infographic)<-----Eleanor and park is not a book to read o the beach it is a book that you read in the privacy of your room and wonder if the author really thought it was necessary to use the f word that many times

Gone Girl. So good! Totally twisted!

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Pinner says:"Gone Girl - Loved this. If you like this try Defending Jacob too. Both mysteries with endings I could not predict." Definitely on my wany to read list.

possibly my favorite book of all time! narrated by 5-year-old jack, this haunting story of what a mother will do to protect her child in even the most unbearable circumstances is heartbreaking, frightening, and in the end, utterly uplifting. i've practically made this required reading for all my friends!

Room: Emma Donoghue The story is told from the perspective of Jack, a 5 year old living in Room.

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