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Heartfelt and sincere I iked a Fearless Consulting lot about this The cover and premise drew me in right away The main character Clara was smartoved books and had a fun personality Her friends were also uite Early Christian Martyr Stories likable and I enjoyed their storylines There were times I was emotionally drawn to them and the events occurring Ioved the uotes at the beginning of the chapters and appreciated the referencesBut even with some of the subject matter I thought it was soft and not as edgy as I expected hoped from a YA novel Without a couple key factors this felt very middle grade to me The novels referenced throughout were a better representation of what I thought the meat of this should have been They have gut to them And Clara s parents did they have a clue about much of anything even as parents of a teenager Good story dealing with issues important to be recognized just missed the mark a Picture Yourself Creating Digital Scrapbooks little for me You can find the full review and all the fancy andor randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight 35Ah who doesn tove a book about books right Right This was pretty enjoyable so Sensational Butterflies let s get to it What I Liked Books are basically the hero of the story Sure Clara and others have a role in ensuring that they get into the hands of those who need them but they re just the vessel Books are making the true difference here Clara isn t alwaysikable Wait what you ask How is this a good thing Glad to tell you So she s judgy as all get out and she can be awfully self absorbed but the good news is she goes through a ton of growth as a character and tries to do better And really isn t that kind of the best Plus she s pretty funny and witty so that is a bonus too Gosh the book within a book was fabulous It s called Don t Tread on Me and I really feel ike I need it to be an actual thing It s Clara s atest book obsession and I think it really speaks to the uality of the writing that I was able to Re Membering Milton love a non existent book There were some pretty solid messages in this book Like I said Claraearns a Contacts lot through the course of the book It s done mostly through her friendships and relationships with her peers her teachers the school staff and her parents What I Didn t There was a bit of a Problematic Moment It serves to make Clara wonder if books can be harmful but I think it was aittle too self absorbed for one and not the best way to show it for another view spoilerJack who is gay and has parents who are not supportive tries to kill himself Clara blames herself for providing him with a copy of Catcher in the Rye All of this is just yikes hide spoiler Books illuminate something different for all of us Books change Scenery, Set, and Staging in the Italian Renaissance lives because they re matchesTW homophobia abuse attempted suicideThis was a pleasant and enjoyable read with a touch of darkness I did not see coming I gotta be honest my expectations weren t high for this book I just wanted to enjoy it have a somewhatight read And that was precisely what Suggested Reading offered and then it also offered some I thought this book p Rating 45 StarsClara English Unlimited Level 3 Workbook Special Edition Saudi Edition lived and breathed books She had this unbridled passion for the written word and the power it possessed Therefore when she inadvertentlyearned that many of her favorite books were being placed on a prohibited media Gum Girl 1 list she decided to fight back and created an undergroundibrary However as word of the Unlib spread Clara found herself wondering if the rewards outweighed the risksThis was a book about a rabid reader which celebrated the power of books How could I not Cambridge Horizons Level 3 Students Pack love itConnis created one of my favorite bibliophiles to date Clara She oozed book joy and I just about hung on her every word when she waxed poetic about her favorites The opening chapter immediately embedded her in my heart and I held her there until the veryast pageThe basis of this story was the banning of books and Connis featured many amazing examples of challenged works but he also used that a springboard to show the different ways we connect. In this standalone a bookworm finds a way to fight back when her school bans dozens of classic and meaningful booksClara Evans is horrified when she discovers her principal’s “prohibited media” hit The Library of the Unwritten (Hells Library list The iconic books on theist have been pulled from the ibrary and aren’t allowed anywhere on th.
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And pick this one up 249 25 if goodreads would get their act together n give us half stars starsgreat ideas poor execution Many thanks to HarperTeen for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review Books are a Dead Boy light Aight that melts ignorance and hate Wow Wow Just wow I was absolutely blown away by this book So what s this book about Clara Evans is horrified when she discovers her principal s prohibited media hit Mud and Stars list The iconic books on theist have been pulled from the ibrary and aren t allowed anywhere on the school s premises Students caught with the contraband will be sternly punishedMany of these stories have changed Clara s ife so she s not going to sit back and watch while her draconian principal abuses his power She s going to strike backSo Clara starts an underground Eros Unbound (Great Loves, library in herocker doing a shady trade in titles Ma mre m'a tu - Survivre au gnocide des Tutsis au Rwanda like Speak and The Chocolate War But when one of the books sheoves most is connected to a tragedy she never saw coming Clara s forced to face her role in itWill she be able to make peace with her conflicting feelings or is fighting for this noble cause too tough for her to bearI just It s Mes recettes au baby-robot like someone followed me around for a month and then wrote a dramatic version of myife I absolutely La Stratgie du camlon loved the book because books and bookworms What s not tooveBut unlike most books that feature book Personality Selling lovers this book actually went deep into what it really means to be a reader What books do for us and why It uestioned things we ve all thought It was passionate and ensnaring Overall this book was unexpectedlyovely Bottom Line4 starsAge Rating PG Content Screening Mild SpoilersPositive Messages 55 Sacrafice for the greater good uestioning the norm PerserveranceViolence 25 Mild violenceSex 00Language 00DrinkingDrugs 15 Mention of underage drinkingContent and Trigger Warnings Racism Classism Homophobia SuicidePublication Date September 17th 2019Publisher HarperTeen an imprint of HarperCollinsGenre YAContemporary 45 stars Absolutely brilliant Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram Books are wild things You can t tame them People are wild things You can t tame them either Put those two together and you can t know what s going to happen Suggested Reading by Dave connis is a wonderful story about the power and magic of books It s truly a Lissa loveetter to book Black Mountain (Isaiah Coleridge lovers and feels so right My heart is so happy and full after reading this and I just can t help but be grateful to the warm and fuzzy feelings I get from this books After aist of over 50 books are mysteriously and covertly added her private school s prohibited media Napoleons Military Machine Operations Manual list volunteeribrarian and avid booklover Clara Evans is determined to keep these books in circulation in an underground She Wants It library run out of herocker Suggested Reading is a story about the power of books what they mean to us and how they shape us It really focuses of how we internalize books in different ways and can take completely different Colorist's Special Effects 2: Step-by-step coloring guides. Improve your skills! lessons from the same story because of our own personal views It s a story of friendship and celebration that reallyooks at how different media impacts us adn we in turn impact those around us I Becoming Hispanic-Serving Institutions loved every second of it and I can t suggest it enough I received a copy of the book from the publisher in excahnge for an honest review This is the kind of book thateft me with a LOT to think about It manages to be softly dorky a Writing in Public loveetter to bookworm problems and also slam you in the chest with some intense themes to sort through Like honestly at first I was all This is cute and then by the end I m ike WHAT ARE MY MORAL STANDINGS ON THIS ISSUE I was just marking all these passages to share but what I really need to do is sort of slide the book over to you and whisper reeeead itthings to ook forward to Clara is a massive bookaholic starts Free Little Libraries is an overachiever and also a clumsy dork it talks about judging people by their covers haaa Latino Mennonites lots of detailed discussion on bann. G a shady trade in titlesike Speak and The Chocolate War But when one of the books she oves most is connected to a tragedy she never saw coming Clara’s forced to face her role in itWill she be able to make peace with her conflicting feelings or is fighting for this noble cause too tough for her to bea.
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To books and how they can connect us to each otherThough the author was clearly on the side of not banning books he did allow Clara to see both sides of the issue There was one point in particular that comes to mind where Clara shared a book that made her feel many positive things but was rather damaging to another reader It clearly depicted how powerful a story can be but also how differently it could impact someone elseThis story was not just about books it was also about the readers and how their ives were changed from this assault on their freedom The whole experience of running a renegade ibrary allowed Clara to interact with peers she never imagined spending time with and that in turn allowed her to grow uite a bit She had spent many years automatically discounting the star stars those wealthy students who were descendants of the academy s founders by interacting with them on a different evel she realized there was to them than their socioeconomic statusI was actually a big fan of the cast of characters Connis assembled From Clara s bestie Liui to king of the star stars Jack each character was well developed No matter how big or small their role they each played a meaningful part in this tale and I really enjoyed getting to meet each and every one of themBetween the fantastic book uotes the humor and the raw passion for books displayed throughout I couldn t help but ove this book An absolutely entertaining and thought provoking readARC provided in exchange for an honest review BLOG INSTAGRAM TWITTER BLOGLOVIN FRIEND ME ON GOODREADS This is a wonderful thought provoking book in which a voracious reader and high school senior fights back when the principal bans than 50 books among them such modern classics as Speak The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Flowers for Algernon Bibliophile Clara Evans starts running an underground ibrary or Unlib out of her Teaching with a Global Perspective locker It s an inspiring tale that s a celebration of the power of books and friendship Ioved the characters the story the humor and the uotations from the various banned books I m adding this one to my Favorites shelf I was given an ARC from Harper Collins Canada in exchange for an honest review When I first heard about this book at the HCCFRENZY event I was so disappointed when I didn t receive it in my goodie bag but ike always Harper comes in clutch and gave me a copy for a review and I can t thank them enough Suggest Reading easily made it to the top books I have read in 2019 with its addictive story about Clara who oves reading than you and I Her passion for books Archiving Settler Colonialism literature and words will make you feel inadeuate and aspire to be exactlyike her after this book So when Clara realizes that some of her favourite books are being mysteriously pulled off the shelf but still The Poison Garden labelled as in circulation her worst fears are confirmed when an email confirms that the school is in the process of banning certain titles Clara who believes books are not dangerous and silly to have banned books starts an undergroundibrary Using an empty The Ibis Apocalypse (Anson Hunter Egyptology locker to store the books and aibrary check out app on her phone she begins to run the underground Psychoanalysis And Moral Values library that makes non readers read and those who do not feel accepted in society to feel connected The only reason why I didn t give it a perfect score was because there really was no plot aside from Clara starting an undergroundibrary Clara was uite boring She Radical Acceptance liked reading but she didn t have any issues andived a privileged Roses Are Red, Pickles Are Blue life where she went to a private high school and was on track to go to big colleges after graduation I started reading this book on my way to work andet me tell you how I could not put it down no matter how hard I tried Dave Connis is a wonderful writer His words pull you into the story not The Fate of Fausto letting go until you finish the veryast page If you re stuck in a reading rut and you need to be reminded why you ove reading this book is for you Put your current read down. E school’s premises Students caught with the contraband will be sternly punishedMany of these stories have changed Clara’s ife so she’s not going to sit back and watch while her draconian principal abuses his power She’s going to strike backSo Clara starts an underground Punk Pedagogies in Practice library in herocker doin.