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Male Anorexia It was in my first teaching post that I came across male anorexia. I observed a boy I taught growing thinner and thinner. I remember him mentioning to me, proudly, how he’d spent a whole week surviving on nothing but a box of cereal: he could recite exactly...
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The cover isn't very impressive, and doesn't make me think of the story line as described in the summary. The synopsis sounds goo... Read More
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ok. First of all..IT HAS A GOAT IN IT!!!!!!!! I really like the topic that this book addresses although the cover of the book kind... Read More
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Danielle Lynn
I think the cover is pretty simple but I do like the way the "wishes" are in the shape of a wishbone. Although, "wishes" remind me... Read More
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Author Guest Post with Jennifer Gold, Plus Giveaway!

Author Guest Post with Jennifer Gold, Plus Giveaway!




I’m very excited to be the guest blogger today on YABooksCentral! I have two new novels right now—Undiscovered Country, which just came out this month, and On the Spectrum, which is being released this September. The thing the books have in common is that both have an “illness narrative.” Undiscovered...
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Both sound good!Nice covers too!
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I love that these books take you to different places ?
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Both of these covers are gorgeous, and they both sounds like interesting adventures!
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Author Guest Post with Erin Estrada Kelly

Author Guest Post with Erin Estrada Kelly

Contributed by Erin Entrada Kelly When I was a little girl, I wasn’t a Ramona, Harriet, or Matilda. I wasn’t Clementine or Madeline. I didn’t get in trouble—well, not until later—so I was never carted off to the principal’s office. I kept my nose in books, not corners. And I...
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Author Guest Post with Mimi Cross

Author Guest Post with Mimi Cross
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  Hey YA Books Central, thanks for having me on the blog. I came to novel writing by a seriously circuitous path. I’m a singer songwriter, but after my son was born I was completely happy singing to my audience of one. I pretty much stopped performing and took what...
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Author Guest Post with Todd Strasser

Author Guest Post with Todd Strasser
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  The 25 th anniversary of the release of Home Alone is this month and I suspect it will bring back pleasant memories for many. It was an enormously popular movie, and perhaps one of the first to achieve that rare distinction of being able to make grownups laugh just...
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Author Guest Post with Brigid Kemmerer

Author Guest Post with Brigid Kemmerer
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  Contributed by Brigid Kemmerer    I’m going to come right out and say it: I love people. I really do. I love meeting people, talking to people, learning about people. I love families. Kids. Grown­ups. Single people, married people, red people, blue people—wait. I’m turning into Dr. Seuss. You...
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Author Guest Post with Renee Collins

Author Guest Post with Renee Collins
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  Today, author Renee Collins is discussing some of our favorite things here at YABC today: writing, Harry Potter, and her own book,  Until We Meet Again .        Meet Renee.  Renee Collins grew up on a beach in Hawaii. Sadly, she never met anyone from the past...
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