Category Archives: Simon and Schuster Children’s Publishing

Quicksand Pond by Janet Taylor Lisle

Quicksand Pond by Janet Taylor Lisle is an interesting historical mystery, and modern day problems that my middle grade students will enjoy. Jessie, her father and her siblings Julia and Jonathan are staying at a run down house near Quicksand Pond … Continue reading

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The Only Road by Alexandra Diaz

The Only Road by Alexandra Diaz is an individual story of a boy who feels that leaving his home and risking everything is his only chance for a better life. It is a story of fear and bravery, love and loss, strangers becoming … Continue reading

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Under the Lights by Abbi Glines

Under the Lights (The Field Party #2) by Abbie Glines is a young adult book that is leaning more tot he mature YA audience. I did not read the first book in the series. This review is based on this book … Continue reading

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