Friday, 13 July 2012

We Recommend You read...

We absolutely cannot let you read this blog without recommending some good books to read. so enjoy some of our favorite picks.
Now if you loved the movie-like us- then the books are going to blow your mind. All three books have a hidden surprise waiting to be discovered. you will be gobsmacked when you read the mysteries and action that takes place in all three books. Katnis and Peeta both grow stronger but in the second book, you start to love their relationship until... the third book. The third book not only brings back some sad memories, but it maneuvers round the questions in all our heads. so go on and buy all three books. a good summer read. ( 12 years and over can read this)
.million dollar mates
 Now, we have a cute love story for you preteens. We loved how Jess had to make decision about which boy to go for.If you love stories about first love and famous girls, then this is the book for you. We love how all the characters are very different and not the same. Having opposite characters makes the book more interesting. Jess lives in a very fab hotel where it is strictly celebs only.
Lucky for her, her dad works there so she has access to some of the coolest celebs. It's her knowledge on the occupants of the hotel that lead her into entering a fashion competition. With the help of her famous,stylish friends, she does her best. So check out this book if you have doubts in your friendships.
(11 years and over can read this)

.There's a boy in the girls bathroom
 Awww! Bradley Chalkers is the boy to stay away from at school. He creeps and scares all the kids at school out and so they avoid him altogether. Sitting in the last seat,and last row of his class, Bradley hardly ever tries to join in on class projects. So much so that his teacher gave up too. Hopefully, this all changes when the new school counselor meets him. We think this book shows how we are all different on the inside but are taken for what we look on the outside. This book is definitely make you cry. watch out for the clues of how the main character changes. But also ask yourself this, Would you be friends with Bradley Chalkers. (8 years and over can read this)

.I, Coriander
In the time of Oliver Cromwell, between Britain's Civil War and the Restoration, Coriander lives happily with her father, a successful businessman, and mother, an herbalist and healer. When her mother dies mysteriously, her father is forced to marry Maud, a Puritan woman, to keep on good terms with those now running the country. Moving in with her daughter, Maud soon enough reveals her true colors as a child-abusing fanatic. Despite the marriage Coriander's father is forced to flee the country, and she is left alone with Maud and her vicious preacher friend, Arise. But she soon discovers there is much more to this whole Cinderella story than she had realized -- her mother came from another world, and Maud and Arise are being manipulated by an evil queen from that world who wants a magical item Coriander's mother left behind. This book not only adds to the whole cinderella theory, but shows you life in a proper fairytale. (11 yrs old and over can read this)

.The 5 people you meet in heaven
Okay so now its time for one of those books that you read and then start to question why we are here. Here at the latest, we love stories that make us think or ponder on life. So i wouldn't hesitate in recommending this awesome book. Eddie is a wounded war veteran, an old man who has lived, in his mind, an uninspired life. His job is fixing rides at a seaside amusement park. On his 83rd birthday, a tragic accident kills him as he tries to save a little girl from a falling cart. He awakes in the afterlife, where he learns that heaven is not a destination. It's a place where your life is explained to you by five people, some of whom you knew, others who may have been strangers. One by one, from childhood to soldier to old age, Eddie's five people revisit their connections to him on earth, illuminating the mysteries of his "meaningless" life, and revealing the haunting secret behind the eternal question: "Why was I here?" We love how the authur has brought in at the beggining of each chapter a flash back on one of Eddie's birthdays. And the way he met all these 5 people was very real like as if to say to you or me, you have met some of these people but you dont know this yet. So deffinetly grab this with eyes wide open. (13 years and over can read this)
.Sara's face
 Okay so if you love the unusual but yet life lesson teaching type of  book, then this one is perfect. (recommended for 15 yrs and over) 
Sara may only be 16, but she knows her own mind. Unfortunately this means that she has decided that her face is not her own. And now she is in the clutches of unscrupulous psychiatrists who say she has “Karel’s Syndrome,” and that the only cure is to have a new face. Enter the infamous aging singer Jonathan Heat, who has had so much plastic surgery on his face that it is now irredeemably unpleasant. He will pay for an operation that will give him Sara’s face: and Sara will get a transplant. Now dont be creeped out by the sypnosis becuase the story behind the whole cover is quite gripping. it sort of shows what most teenagers have to go through to find themselves. And Sara has been influenced by her surruoundings alot that she doesnt see the beauty she holds. When you finish reading this, listen to the song below:
You truly are beautiful.

I hope to see your comments and enjoy these awesome summer reads.

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