Nova’s Pick: Roll With It by Jamie Sumner

Roll With It by Sumner, Jamie

Roll With It by Jamie Sumner Nova’s Pick: Told from the perspective of Ellie, a twelve year old girl with CP, Roll With It is an inspiring book that shines light on young people who use wheelchairs. Ellie has lived alone with her mum for as long as she can remember. But when her grandpa … Read more

Rachel’s Pick: Red Scare by Liam Francis Walsh

Red Scare by Walsh, Liam Francis

Red Scare by Liam Francis Walsh Rachel’s Pick: Peggy is a young girl who suffers from polio, making it extremely difficult to walk, even with assistance. Unfortunately, that isn’t the only issue she has to face. At home, she has a father who has PTSD from the Korean war. At school, she endures constant bullying … Read more

Sevi’s Pick: Ready When You Are by Gary Lonesborough

Ready When You Are by Lonesborough, Gary

Ready When You Are by Gary Lonesborough Sevi’s Pick: Jackson thinks he has it all figured out. The perfect girl, good mates, and a great family. Then Tomas comes and changes everything. This sweet novel makes you think about social norms and how we think and talk to each other. A great read!

Nova’s Pick: The Hired Girl by Laura Amy Schlitz

The Hired Girl by Schlitz, Laura Amy

The Hired Girl by Laura Amy Schlitz Nova’s Pick: The setting of the book and Joan’s characteristics as a person made this book thoroughly enjoyable. I would recommend this book to anybody who enjoys novels that take place in earlier time periods, and from the perspectives of teens.