When the world is separated by different societal groups who each have their own morals, Tris learns that she is
Note from Elena Reads: Today’s guest blogger is Jada J., age 8. Here is her review: I read a book
Michigan author Supriya Kelkar said she watched three Bollywood movies each week as a kid to learn to speak Hindi.
Ahimsa, by Supriya Kelkar, is a book about a 10-year-old girl named Anjali living in the 1940s in India, when
Rebecca Caprara, a graduate of Cornell University and a girl who practiced architecture, is also the author of the book
I usually read books on paperback or hardcover, but Rebecca Caprara, the author of The Magic of Melwick Orchard sent me a
Kelly DiPucchio had a pet goat when she was a kid and always bought her clothes from Sears catalogs.
Today’s book review is Grace for President, a New York Times Best Seller, by Kelly DiPucchio. It’s about a girl named
My interview this week is with Jean Alicia Elster. She used to be a lawyer, but now she is an
I read this book called Who’s Jim Hines? by Jean Alicia Elster. It’s about a young African-American boy named Doug
Note from Elena Reads: Yesterday I reviewed The Colored Car and today guest blogger Christian S., age 12, gives her