One of my high school students described this book as "very YA." So far I'd have to agree but I'm only a third of the way through it and I am enjoying the storyline.
2. Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School by John Medina
Let's just say I'm reading this for my brain.
Currently Listening to on Audiobooks:
I am reading this as part of my yearly challenge to read the ALA/YALSA Book Award winners. Mr. Pratchett won the award this year for the author making an outstanding contribution to children's or young adult literature. This book is very clever and funny.
A beautifully crafted and touching story of love and war. I read this book also as part of my challenge to read the ALA Book Award winners of the year. This book won the award for the best YA book translated from another language (French.)
An Alex Award winner for the 2011. I'm also reading this book for the above mentioned challenge. I've already read one chapter and know I'm going to love it.
What's on your reading list?