Kick butt book chicks - By Kelly from divabooknerd.com →

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Katniss Everdeen is a household name and the number one hottie on any boy booknerd’s list, but is there anyone tougher in young adult fiction today? Hell yeah. She may have spawned an entire genre, but there are plenty of hot book chicks vying for her title. So, put down your controller, Call of…

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I'm dreaming of a YA Christmas - By Kelly from divabooknerd.com →

ibrary:

Too often Christmas reads feature middle aged men with flowing locks on the cover, offering a romantic Christmas to women your mother’s age,

but what about Christmas reads for the young adult reader? Quite often they aren’t advertised as holiday themed, so here’s where I come in.

*insert heroic…

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Cheap and crafty ideas for book lovers this Christmas - BY Kelly from DivaBookNerd.com →

ibrary:

When you’re a student, you’ve got no cash to do anything on the holidays never mind having to buy presents for those people you call friends. We love to receive presents, but to buy them can really break your budget. When you have bookish mates, it’s time to get creative.

Make a…

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Cheap and crafty ideas for book lovers this Christmas - BY Kelly from DivaBookNerd.com →

ibrary:

When you’re a student, you’ve got no cash to do anything on the holidays never mind having to buy presents for those people you call friends. We love to receive presents, but to buy them can really break your budget. When you have bookish mates, it’s time to get creative.

Make a…

— 4 months ago with 14 notes

sporadicreads:

David Estes’s Fire Country is a worthy addition to the post-apocalyptic literature. His world building is rich, detailed, and believable. The plot features Siena, a young woman born into a hyper-patriarchal tribe known as the Heaters. She’s portrayed with a deft touch—she’s not perfect—but I nonetheless found myself empathizing with her and cheering as she struggled to surmount her fate. The voice is a particular strength of this novel. Estes makes extensive use of invented language and unconventional grammar. I was thankful for the short glossary at the front of the novel, although after reading about a third of Fire Country I found that I didn’t need to refer to it anymore. Readers who enjoyed Blood Red Road by Moira Young or Riddley Walker by Russell Hoban will absolutely love this book.
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Gifts to jingle your bells this Christmas - By Kelly from divabooknerd.com →

ibrary:

No matter how you greet the season, Christmas is the time of year when you can ask the jolly fat guy for the books you’ve had your eye on. But with so many choices out there and not nearly enough Aunts called Bonnie to purchase them all for you, how do you decide what is gift worthy this…

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Gifts to jingle your bells this Christmas - By Kelly from divabooknerd.com →

ibrary:

No matter how you greet the season, Christmas is the time of year when you can ask the jolly fat guy for the books you’ve had your eye on. But with so many choices out there and not nearly enough Aunts called Bonnie to purchase them all for you, how do you decide what is gift worthy this…

— 4 months ago with 7 notes
penguinteen:

Penguin has a book for every type of reader—use this infographic to find the right read for the kid in your life! 

penguinteen:

Penguin has a book for every type of reader—use this infographic to find the right read for the kid in your life! 

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