Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Emergency Contact by Mary H...

Emergency Contact by Mary H.K. Choi

TW: Abuse, Racism, Mommy Issues, Daddy Issues (I’m sorry it’s been a month since I listened to it, so if there are triggers I missed, I’m sorry.) Emergency Contact is the story of Penny and Sam. Neither of them is a particularly likable character. They are seriously messed up. But if I have to choose […]

05/07/2020
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Stars of the Rock ‘N&#..

Stars of the Rock ‘N’ Roll Highway by Victoria Micklish Pasmore

Before I give you my thoughts, let me preface it with the fact that I know it was meant for children. That being said, no. Just no. First, I don’t know any child who would actually care about old Rockabilly artists that were, in most cases, old enough to be their great-grandparents. Second, this book […]

07/26/2019
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Know Who You Are | Live Like..

Know Who You Are | Live Like it Matters by Tim Tebow and A.J. Gregory

If anyone thinks this book is *just* for home schooled children, they’d be wrong. This book is actually good for any teen, and even good for some adults to be honest. The fact the Tim Tebow was home schooled is most likely the reason behind him determining the book would be for home schooled kids. […]

08/21/2017
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