Reader to Reader: Recommend a Book

Have you read a really good book recently?

Want to recommend it to other teens? 

Submit your book recommendation using the short form below.  Your recommendation might show up on our teen page, in a book display at one of our libraries, on our IG and FB pages, or anywhere else a good recommendation is needed.  We ask for teens to write the recommendations but everyone is welcome to check out the books.

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Reader to Reader Recommendation Form

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The Goldfish Boy by Lisa Thompson

Jenny Mae’s Pick
The Goldfish Boy by  Lisa Thompson

The book was absolutely beautiful I love how the author captured Mathews mental state

Tamar’s Pick
Thirteen Doorways, Wolves Behind Them All by Laura Ruby

Thirteen doorways, wolves behind them all by Laura Ruby

After their mother dies and their father dumps them “temporarily” at an orphanage, teenage sisters Frankie and Toni realize they are on their own in the rough world of 1940s Chicago. Pearl, a ghost, tells the story and comes to terms with her own tragic death. Will Frankie and Toni end up like Pearl or will they make it?

Rose’s Pick
Prince in Disguise by Stephanie Kate Strohm

Prince in Disguise by Stephanie Kate Strohm

A fun romp in the Scottish Highlands – tomboy Dylan tries to avoid the reality TV marriage drama of her prom queen sister and instead finds a romance of her own. Funny, great plot twists!

Anonymous Pick
Wonder by R.J. Palacio

Wonder by R. J. Palacio

Wonder is an amazing book about a boy named August (Auggie) Pullman who has a facial deformity. He has been homeschooled all his life and his parents decided to send him to Beecher Prep, a private school. A lot of the students there make fun of him because of how he looks but he makes a lot of friends there too. It is a heartwarming book, which I highly recommend.


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