Book Reviews from Teens
Published Book Reviews from Teens
the fault in our stars is an amazing story told in the point of view of 16 year old Hazel Grace Landcaster. she is a stage 4 cancer patient who has had it since she was 13. for hazel, life was a drag. she never left the house, and had read the same novel, an imperial afilction, dozens of times.
I think this is a fantastic book. It shows that if you work hard you can do almost anything. And while you read you learn interesting vocabulary words that you might not use in your everyday life.
This book is about a girl named Delilah and a boy named Oliver. They're both 16 and they both want to live different lives then they already own. Delilah is a loner at school because she always messes up in front of the popular girls.
Emily Windsnap has never been in water before, and during swimming lessons she finds out why. While swimming she gets a weird stiff feeling in her legs, and feels like her legs are stuck together and quickly gets out of the pool.
Drama is a great book for you if you loved Smile! It was really helpful to me because I really want to be an actress when I grow up. The whole book is basically how people make all the scenes look as real as possible.
In the future, society decides all. They decide where you work, who you love, and when you die. Cassia trusts them and there choices, the officials never make a mistake. The day of Cassia's matching banquet she gets assigned her best friend Xander as her match. But there is a mistake, the screen flashes to someone else and fades. Now Cassia has to figure out her life for herself.
If a reviewer where to “instruct” a reader on if they should or should not read Instructions for a Broken Heart, by Kim Culbertson, the most important feature of the book that would “make or break it” for the reader would be if they could relate to the main character.
Out of My Mind is a excellent book for older kids because it shows that you can't judge a book by its cover. This book is from the perspective of a girl named Melody. She can't talk but is really cool and smart. No one knows this except for Melody.
Turtle in Paradise is a great experience for young and older readers. It gets a little fantasy based close to the end, but the realistic and somewhat shocking end clears that up. Turtle, a young girl in the 1930s, is sent to Florida to live with her aunt temporarily.