Friday, June 22, 2012

2 The Best Books You're Not Reading

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Water Wars by Cameron Stracher.
WATER WARS is set in a post-apocalyptic dystopia, where two teenagers, Vera and her brother Will, race against time to rescue their friend from the corporations that run the world by controlling the limited water supply. In a world that has collapsed from environmental catastrophe and war, water is hoarded by governments with access to it, rivers are dammed, polar caps are melted, and clouds sucked from the sky.  One morning Vera meets and befriends a mysterious boy named Kai, who seems to have limitless access to fresh water and claims to know about an untapped river but is sworn to secrecy.
Vera and Kai become friends, and soon something blossoms between the two teens.  But one afternoon Kai doesn’t show up at their usual meeting place and his home is ransacked. Vera and Will set off on a dangerous journey in search of their friend and his secret source of the life-affirming liquid. The siblings are pursued by pirates, a paramilitary group and greedy corporations, hell bent on controlling the world’s water supply – all of which want to get their hands on Kai and his uncanny ability to find fresh water.

Real Mermaids Don't Wear Toe Rings by Helen Boudreau
Freak of nature takes on a whole new meaning...
If she hadn't been so clueless, she might have seen it coming. But really, who expects to get into a relaxing bathtub after a stressful day of shopping for tankinis and come out with scales and a tail?
Most. Embarrassing. Moment. Ever.
Jade soon discovers she inherited her mermaid tendencies from her mom. But if Mom was a mermaid, how did she drown?
Jade is determined to find out. So how does a plus-size, aqua-phobic mer-girl go about doing that exactly? And how will Jade ever be able to explain her secret to her best friend, Cori, and to her crush, Luke?
This summer is about to get a lot more interesting...


Undertakers: The Rise of the Corpses by Ty Drago
"On a sunny Wednesday morning in October, a day that would mark the end of one life and the beginning of another, I found out my grouchy next door neighbor was the walking dead. When you turn around expecting to see something familiar, and instead see something else altogether, it takes a little while for your brain to catch up with your eyes. I call it the 'Holy Crap Factor.'"
Forced to flee his home and family, twelve-year-old Will Ritter falls in with the Undertakers-a rag-tag army of teenage resistance fighters who've banded together to battle the Corpses.


We Hear the Dead by Dianne K. Salerni
It starts as a harmless prank...then one lie quickly grows into another. Soon Kate and Maggie Fox are swept into a dizzying flurry of national attention for their abilities to communicate with the dead. But living a lie is sometimes too much to handle, even if you have the best intentions. Based on a true story, We Hear the Dead reveals how secrets and lies can sometimes lead you to what's real and what's right. And how sometimes talking with the dead is easier than talking with the people around you.

Horrid Henry by Francesca Simon
Horrid Henry and his neighbor Moody Margaret decide to make the most sloppy, slimy, sludgy, sticky, smelly, gooey, gluey, gummy, greasy, gloppy glop possible. Is it the best glop in the world or the worst thing that's ever happened to them? Plus three other stories so funny we can't even mention them here.
Eyes in the Mirror by Julia Mayer
amara is a troubled and lonely adolescent, prone to cutting, who desperately craves both intimacy and escape from her unfulfilled life . . . until she meets her reflection, Dee, the seeming answer to all her problems. With dual--and dueling--points of view, "Eyes in the Mirror" provides a perspective from one girl's life and from her freer, wilder reflection.


Beast Friends Forever by Nate Evans
Featuring beastly fun comic strips inside!
Is there a monster living under your bed?
Meet Otto! Zeke and Hannah’s new best friend—even if he is a beast.
It’s up to Zeke and his sister to keep this mini-monster out of their candy, out of their school…and out of trouble! Will they be able to keep him a secret? Will the school bully discover why he’s swinging upside down from the basketball hoop in his underpants? More importantly, what does Otto want with Hannah’s dolls?

2 comments:

  1. Eyes In The Mirror and We Hear The Dead sound amazing!!!! I cant wait to get my hands on them now!

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  2. They all sound really good and I can read Horrid Henry to my first graders.

    Connie

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