Having a great time with keynote speakers Jay Asher, Marissa Meyer and Andrew Smith. During “Speed Date the Author,” we met most of the writers and got to ask them anything!
March 21, 2015 9 AM-5 PM Colony High.
Posted in Adventure Stories, Biography/Memoir, Controversial Issue/Debate, Faith-Based/Religious Element, Family Problems, Fiction, Multicultural, Non-fiction, Young Adult Literature
Tagged autobiography, biography, book reviews, family problems, gay teens, Ontario Teen Book Fest, realistic romance, romance, YA fiction, YA literature
Noggin by John Corey Whaley When Travis comes back to high school after a five-year absence, one of his classmates calls out “Noggin!” And the principal frowns and the geometry teacher makes the boy apologize. Because it’s rude … Continue reading
Posted in Family Problems, Fiction, Young Adult Literature
Tagged book reviews, cancer, cryogenics, friendship, gay teens, gay youth, John Corey Whaley, Noggin, Ontario Teen Book Fest, YA fiction, YA literature
“Listen—Travis Coates was alive once and then he wasn’t. Now he’s alive again. Simple as that. “The in between part is still a little fuzzy, but Travis can tell you that, at some point or another, his head got chopped … Continue reading
Posted in Family Problems, Fiction, Romance, Sci-Fi/Futuristic, Young Adult Literature
Tagged book reviews, book trailer, John Corey Whaley, MTV book trailer, Noggin, Ontario Teen Book Fest, YA fiction, YA literature
All this–and lunch, too. (By the way, who said there’s no such thing as a free lunch?) What more could you ask for? Oh, yeah, a free tote bag! What a great day!
Posted in Fiction, Young Adult Literature
Tagged Andrew Smith, Ann Stampler, Carrie Arcos, Gretchen McNeil, Jennifer Bosworth, Jessica Brody, Leigh Bardugo, Lex Thomas, Marie Lu, Morgan Matson, Ontario Teen Book Fest, Sara Wilson Etienne, Stephen Chbosky, Suzanne Lazear, YA fiction, YA literature
Ontario City Library and Best Buy Children’s Foundation are sponsoring another Teen Book Fest! May 11, 2013 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Merton E. Hill Auditorium (on the Chaffey campus–next to the district offices) 211 W. Fifth Street, Ontario You must reserve … Continue reading
Envy by Gregg Olsen Katelyn Berkley dies in a freak accident. She is electrocuted in the bathtub when her expresso machine either falls into the water or when she threw it in. Or when someone else threw it in. Katelyn … Continue reading
Posted in Family Problems, Fiction, Horror/Mystery/Suspense, Supernatural, Young Adult Literature
Tagged dead is series, Empty Coffin series, Ontario Teen Book Fest, paranormal, Port Gamble, YA fiction, YA literature