Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Pulling Princes, by Tyne O'Connell

Pulling Princes by Tyne O'Connell is about Calypso, an unpopular girl at her boarding school, who is determined to become popular at the upcoming term. She pretends that her mothers gay assistant is her fit and hot boyfriend back in LA and she joins the A-list girls with this plan. However, she dates the prince of England, but their relationship starts to distant after some problems and then she falls for his best friends brother. Calypso is troubled and stuck after she realizes that she has feelings for both the boys and she has no clue that will happen next.

I really enjoyed reading this book because it is extremely funny. The story kept me turning the pages one after another without stopping. I am sure readers who enjoy reading about funny relationships will enjoy this story very well.


-Reviewed by Anonymous, grade 9.

So Many Books, So Little Time by Sara Nelson

So Many Books, So Little Time, by Sara Nelson, was an interesting book. It was a personal diary told by Sara Nelson herself that takes place in Vermont. It starts off with Sara Nelson's New Year's resolution to read all the books on her list. Se began to do so, but always got distracted and never found the time to read her books. As she finished a book she described it with a lot of deatail because she wants us to read the book. I liked this book but I found it a little frustrating at times. It was funny but too wise and a little too advanced for me. Sara Nelson made it funny yet understandable. The thing thing was that it taught me how to choose your next book. She explained all the positive thigns about reading, and how to always find the time to read. I recommend this book to people who never find the time to read because this book goes over the joys and frustration of reading. Sara Nelson accomplished her goal she mentioned because she sure got me more interested in reading.


-Reviewed by MP, grade 9.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Prom Anonymous, by Blake Nelson

Prom Anonymous, by Blake Nelson, is about three childhood friends who have grown apart. Chloe, Lauren, and Jace decide to go to prom but on the way, they go through though times with drama and humor. I would recommend this book to junior and senior girls who are going to prom. I really liked how this book was about three completely different girls and they each had trouble figuring out school, friendship and prom. This book is really a nice read.


-Reviewed by NN, grade 9.