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2013 Is Already a GREAT Year for Teenreads.com!

Ah January…the month where New Year’s resolutions are made. Speaking of which…I wish I could say my New Year’s resolutions started out productively, but I found myself down with THE flu that is running rampant across the nation (how boring to be one of THOSE statistics) and finally have enough energy to go to the gym. BUT the flu did not get in the way of my reading resolution, which is going splendidly. How many books are you planning on reading in 2013? According to our poll, most of you want to read either 21-30 or over 100 books. Sooo either you are full-out dedicated to reading more this year, or you are aiming low to be sure you reach your goal by the end of 2013. Too funny, everyone!

Lots of exciting things are planned for Teenreads.com this year! We are working really hard on updating the site weekly, and beginning in February, we will be sending out two newsletters each month AND more reviews! In fact, we are DOUBLING the number of books that we are reviewing to give you variety and choice in the books you may want to read! We believe in looking for hidden gems as well as sharing the big blockbuster YA books. So, let’s get down to the great things we have going on right now at Teenreads.com!

Start with a drumroll please…Teenreads.com is proud to announce our first-ever Teen Board! In their applications for a position on the Teen Board, these 24 teens have demonstrated their passion for reading and their readiness to share their opinions about books and authors. During their six-month term, they will be writing blogs, contributing book reviews and sharing feedback on Teenreads.com. In this feature, you can click on each Teen Board member's name to visit their Contributor Page where you can read a longer profile and get to know a bit more about them.

Remember, each contributor or reviewer has their own page! Feel free to search for a reviewer that you like in order to see what other books he/she has reviewed. Maybe you’ll find you have the same taste as someone who writes for us! Similarly, we still want to hear from everyone who has a thought about YA books. Our comment section is up and running for every page --- let us know what you think about the blogs, reviews and features we post!

It’s not too late to tell us your five favorite books of 2012! In association with the Children’s Book Council (CBC) and Every Child a Reader (ECAR) Teenreads.com is giving you the chance to help choose the five titles that will serve as the finalists for the CBC’s 2013 Teen Choice Book of the Year. We have a list of books that we have pulled together from books we have covered or noted here on Teenreads.com that you can choose from, or you can nominate any book originally released in 2012. Once the five titles with the most votes have been determined on Teenreads, we will tell you where you can go vote for them as finalists.The deadline is Wednesday, February 13th, but do not procrastinate on voting. This is NOT a school assignment.

Do you follow us on Twitter or “like” us on Facebook? For the next few weeks, we’ll be tweeting the list of books that were published in 2012 to help you decide who you’d like to nominate for the 2013 Teen Choice Book of the Year. We’ll also be updating our Facebook, as usual. Feel free to get in on the conversation! We love seeing which books and features you love most!

It may not be Valentine’s Day just yet, but here at Teenreads.com, we want to get you prepped for the day of loooooove. There are GREAT books we want you to fall in love with that have come out recently sooooo bring on our Teenreads.com Books to Fall in Love With Contest. You can check out the sweet treats we'll be giving out as part of our prize packages in the picture above! In addition, we will give five readers copies of nine books (think how you can share with your friends), including SPLINTERED by A.G. Howard; CATHERINE by April Lindner; NOBODY BUT US by Kristin Halbrook; CITY OF A THOUSAND DOLLS by Miriam Forster; THE MADMAN'S DAUGHTER by Megan Shepherd; UNEARTHLY by Cynthia Hand; THE DARK UNWINDING by Sharon Cameron; KISS ME AGAIN by Rachel Vail; and TAKE A BOW by Elizabeth Eulberg. We’re also asking you which character from a book you would want to share a Valentine moment with…my answer may or may not be Erik from Gennifer Albin’s CREWEL...

Are movies your thing? Out in theaters this month is the movie adaptation of Chris Colfer’s STRUCK BY LIGHTNING: The Carson Phillips Journal. Chris Colfer also stars in and wrote the screenplay for Struck by Lightning, which is about a high school senior’s desperate ploy to blackmail the popular kids into writing for his literary magazine. Also debuting this month, is the TV show based on Candace Bushnell’s THE CARRIE DIARIES, about the high school years of Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw. Check out our Books on Screen feature for more information.

Have you read Caroline B. Cooney's Janie Johnson series? It began 23 years ago with THE FACE ON THE MILK CARTON, followed by WHATEVER HAPPENED TO JANIE, THE VOICE ON THE RADIO and WHAT JANIE FOUND --- but now, JANIE FACE TO FACE concludes the series, answering all the questions fans have about what happened to that girl who recognized herself on the side of a milk carton and realized she had been kidnapped. This month, we have an interview with Caroline B. Cooney, where she explains why she was compelled to write the end to the series, her fondness for fan letters (or emails!) and what she is working on now.

Now for some books! Gayle Forman’s first in a two-book series, JUST ONE DAY, is out this month. On a trip to England, good girl Allyson Healy meets Dutch actor Willem De Ruiter, is swept off her feet and travels to Paris with him. The next morning, he’s gone. Over the next year, Allyson embarks on a journey to break free of the narrow confines of her life. The next book, JUST ONE YEAR is from Willem’s point of view and out in Fall 2013!

If you aren’t into romance, Kate Brian’s SHADOWLANDS is a suspenseful horror you won’t want to miss. After surviving an attack from a serial killer, Rory must enter witness protection with her father and sister, leaving their friends and family without so much as goodbye. But even in paradise, Rory can’t shake the feeling something is wrong --- and then one of her new friends goes missing.

I’m sure you all are very familiar with the story of Lewis Carroll’s ALICE IN WONDERLAND, but never like this. In A. G. Howard’s SPLINTERED, Alyssa Gardner is plagued by the family curse, which stretches back to her ancestor Alice Liddell, the real-life inspiration for the beloved story. Now Alyssa must go down the rabbit hole to right Alice’s mistakes before it’s too late.

New York Times bestselling author Jacquelyn Mitchard is out with a thriller filled with Parkour! WHAT WE SAW AT NIGHT follows the story of three best friends, who are all plagued by a fatal allergy to light, as they traverse their small town during the night. When the trio witnesses a murder while scaling an apartment building, the truth comes at an unthinkable price.

Are you a fan of Marissa Meyer’s cyborg version of Cinderella in CINDER? Well, the second book in The Lunar Chronicles, SCARLET, will be published on February 5th! In this fairy tale retelling of Little Red Riding Hood, Cinder is in prison and trying to escape while Scarlet is halfway around the world, looking for her grandmother with Wolf. As Scarlet and Wolf unravel one mystery, they encounter another when they meet Cinder... To celebrate its release, we are featuring The Lunar Chronicles series and will be hosting a giveaway of SCARLET starting on January 29th.

Just another reminder to check out our Historical Fiction Reading Lists! Teenreads think you should check them out because romance is just as steamy in another historical era. Imagine chivalry, secret affairs, whispers by candlelight and love letters sent by messenger. Our reading lists include Before the 17th Century, 17th Century – 19th Century, Turn of the Century to the Present and American History. These are great lists to share with the teachers, media specialists and librarians you know.

This month’s Cool & New Books roundup includes A.G. Howard's debut, SPLINTERED, in which Alyssa Liddell must undo the mistakes her great-great-great-grandmother Alice made while in Wonderland in order to break the family curse; Teri Terry's SLATED, where Kyla's memory and personality has been erased as punishment for a crime she can't remember committing...this is her last chance because the government is watching to make sure she plays by the rules this time; and Marissa Meyer's science fiction take on Cinderella, CINDER, where a deadly plague ravages New Beijing and Earth's fate hinges on one girl.

Are you interested in writing plays? Writopia Lab’s Worldwide Plays Festival 2013 is calling for submissions from playwrights in grades 1 through 12. High school juniors and seniors are eligible to win one of two $2,500 scholarships. These two plays, plus four other top plays submitted, will be part of Worldwide Plays Festival 2013, an Off-Broadway festival of plays written by playwrights ages 6 to 18, using professional actors, directors, and designers. Pretty awesome, right??? Click here for more information on how to enter by January 25th .

And that's all for now. Keep an eye out for a special newsletter announcing the winners of the 2013 ALA Youth Media Awards next week! And as always, keep reading!

--- Liz (liz@bookreporter.com)

 

Now in Stores: JUST ONE DAY by Gayle Forman

JUST ONE DAY by Gayle Forman (Romance)
American good girl Allyson "LuLu" Healey meets laid-back Dutch actor Willem De Ruiter at an underground performance of Twelfth Night in England...but the next morning he's gone. Over the next year, Allyson embarks on a journey to come to terms with the narrow confines of her life, and through Shakespeare, travel and a quest for her almost-true-love to break free of those confines. Reviewed by Norah Piehl.

- Click here to read more about the book.
 

Click here to read a review.

 
Now in Stores: SHADOWLANDS by Kate Brian

SHADOWLANDS by Kate Brian (Horror)
After surviving an attack from a serial killer, Rory must enter witness protection with her father and sister, Darcy, leaving their friends and family without so much as a goodbye. As the sisters settle in to Juniper Landing, it seems like their new home may be just the fresh start they need. But just as they’re starting to feel safe again, one of their new friends goes missing. Reviewed by Rebecca Kilberg.

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Now in Stores: SPLINTERED by A. G. Howard

SPLINTERED by A. G. Howard (Fantasy)
Alyssa Gardner hears the whispers of bugs and flowers --- precisely the affliction that landed her mother in a mental hospital years before. This family curse stretches back to her ancestor Alice Liddell, the real-life inspiration for Lewis Carroll’s ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. Turns out, Wonderland exists and Alyssa must go there to right Alice's mistakes. Reviewed by Liz Kossnar.

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Click here to read a review.

 
Now in Stores: WHAT WE SAW AT NIGHT by Jacquelyn Mitchard

WHAT WE SAW AT NIGHT by Jacquelyn Mitchard (Mystery/Thriller)
Allie Kim suffers from a fatal allergy to sunlight that confines her and her two best friends, Rob and Juliet, to the night. When Juliet takes up Parkour --- the stunt-sport of scaling and leaping off tall buildings --- Allie and Rob have no choice but to join her. On a random summer night, the trio catches a glimpse of what appears to be murder. Allie investigates, and the truth comes at an unthinkable price. Reviewed by Caroline Osborn.

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Teenreads.com 2nd Annual "Books to Fall in Love With" Contest and Feature

The countdown to February 14th --- AKA the Day of Love --- is on! And we've been spreading the love with our 2nd Annual Valentine's Day Contest and feature. You have the chance to win one of our five Teenreads.com Valentine's Day prize packages, which include one copy of each of our NINE featured books, a Story Crush "Love What You Read" coffee mug, heart-shaped Peeps and some Dove chocolates.

To enter, let us which character in a book you would want to share a Valentine moment with by clicking the form here by February 14th at noon ET.

Our featured Valentine’s Day titles are:

- SPLINTERED by A.G. Howard
- CATHERINE by April Lindner
- NOBODY BUT US by Kristin Halbrook
- CITY OF A THOUSAND DOLLS by Miriam Forster
- THE MADMAN'S DAUGHTER by Megan Shepherd
- UNEARTHLY by Cynthia Hand
- THE DARK UNWINDING by Sharon Cameron
- TAKE A BOW by Elizabeth Eulberg
- KISS ME AGAIN by Rachel Vail

Click here to read more about the contest and enter.

 
Interview: Caroline B. Cooney, Author of JANIE FACE TO FACE

It's been 23 years since readers first discovered Janie Johnson in Caroline B. Cooney's remarkable novel, THE FACE ON THE MILK CARTON. Since that time, three other novels in the series have been published --- WHATEVER HAPPENED TO JANIE, THE VOICE ON THE RADIO and WHAT JANIE FOUND --- but now, JANIE FACE TO FACE concludes the series, answering all the questions fans have about what happened to that girl who recognized herself on the side of a milk carton and realized she had been kidnapped.

In this interview, Caroline B. Cooney explains why she was compelled to write the end to the series, her fondness for fan letters (or emails!) and what she is working on now.

- Click here to read more about the book.
 

Click here to read the interview.

 
Nominate Your Favorite Books of 2012 for the 2013 Teen Choice Book Award

In association with the Children’s Book Council (CBC) and Every Child a Reader (ECAR), Teenreads.com is giving you a very special opportunity to let your voices be heard by telling us your five favorite books of 2012. The five titles that receive the most votes will serve as the finalists for the CBC’s 2013 Teen Choice Book of the Year. Once the five finalists have been determined, we will tell you where you can go vote for them. The winner will be announced in May 2013.

All you have to do is fill out the form found here between now and Wednesday, February 13th. Your top five selections may come from the list we’ve provided, or you can vote for titles not on the list.

Important Note: If you choose to add a title for nomination that is not on our list, please be sure that the book(s) released for the first time in 2012; this means that paperbacks originally published as hardcovers prior to 2012 will not be accepted. If you’re uncertain about a book’s release date, we suggest you search for that title on Amazon.com, BN.com or IndieBound.com.

-Click here to view the list of nominations.
 
Click here to vote for your five favorite books of 2012.

 
Announcing the Teenreads.com Teen Board

Teenreads.com is pleased to announce our first-ever Teen Board! In their applications for a position on the Teen Board, these 24 teens have demonstrated their passion for reading and their readiness to share their opinions about books and authors. During their six-month term, they will be writing blogs, contributing book reviews and sharing feedback on Teenreads.com.

Click the link below and then click on each Teen Board member's name to visit their Contributor Page where you can read a longer profile and get to know a bit more about them.

And remember their six-month term ends June 30th and we will be soliciting more Board members in March!

Click here to meet the first Teen Board!

 
Series Feature and Contest: The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer

In anticipation of the release of SCARLET --- the second in Marissa Meyer's The Lunar Chronicles series, which retells the story of Little Red Riding Hood --- we have a series feature, and later, we will have a special contest, which starts on January 29th. Five readers will have the opportunity to win a copy of CINDER and SCARLET. To enter once the contest has begun, please fill out this form by Thursday, March 28th at noon ET.

More about CINDER:
Humans and androids crowd the raucous streets of New Beijing. A deadly plague ravages the population. From space, a ruthless lunar people watch, waiting to make their move. No one knows that Earth’s fate hinges on one girl.

More about SCARLET:
Cinder is in prison and trying to escape, even though escaping means she becomes the most wanted fugitive. Halfway around the world, Scarlet Benoit's grandmother is missing when she encounters Wolf, a street fighter who may have information as to her grandmother's whereabouts. As Scarlet and Wolf unravel one mystery, they encounter another when they meet Cinder...
 

Click here to check out our series feature.

 
Books on Screen: Struck by Lightning and The Carrie Diaries

Glee star Chris Colfer's movie adaptation of his own book, STRUCK BY LIGHTNING: The Carson Phillips Journal, is out this month. Struck by Lightning is about a high school senior's desperate ploy to blackmail the popular kids into writing for his literary magazine. The CW spin-off of Sex and the City, The Carrie Diaries, is also out. This TV series is based on Candace Bushnell's THE CARRIE DIARIES.
 

Click here to check out the feature.


 
Historical Fiction Reading Lists

Because history is not typically a favorite subject, whether you are still in school or not, we have decided to create Historical Fiction Reading Lists to inject some fun into exploring the past. Forget fantasy! Historical eras are worlds in themselves. Escape an arranged marriage in the Middle Ages! Be a spy in Regency England. Defend your country in a brutal war! Anything is possible when you are free from the limits of time. Check it out for yourself!

-Click here for Historical Fiction: Before the 17th Century
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-Click here for Historical Fiction: 17th Century - 19th Century.

-Click here for Historical Fiction: Turn of the Century to the Present.
-Click here for Historical Fiction: American History.

Click here to see all reading lists.

 
January's Cool & New Books

January's roundup of Cool & New Books includes A.G. Howard's debut, SPLINTERED, in which Alyssa Liddell must undo the mistakes her great-great-great-grandmother Alice made while in Wonderland in order to break the family curse; WHAT WE SAW AT NIGHT by Jacquelyn Mitchard, in which three teens, who are limited to nighttime activities because of a genetic disease, oversee something they shouldn't while doing Parkour; and Teri Terry's SLATED where Kyla's memory and personality has been erased as punishment for a crime she can't remember committing...this is her last chance because the government is watching to make sure she plays by the rules this time.

Among the paperbacks releasing this month are Marissa Meyer's science fiction take on Cinderella, CINDER, where a deadly plague ravages New Beijing and Earth's fate hinges on one girl; CLEOPATRA'S MOON by Vicky Alvear Shecter follows Selene, the daughter of Antony and Cleopatra, as she faces the loss of all she's ever loved during war with Roman Emperor Octavianus; and Jennifer E. Smith's THE STATISTICAL PROBABILITY OF LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT, in which 17-year-old Hadley meets the perfect boy while stuck at JFK, late for her father's second wedding.
 

Click here to see January's Cool & New Books.

 
Other Reviews

SLATED by Teri Terry (Dystopian)
Kyla has been Slated --- her memory and personality erased as punishment for committing a crime she can’t remember. The government has taught her how to walk and talk again, given her a new identity and a new family and told her to be grateful for this second chance that she doesn’t deserve. It’s also her last chance --- because they’ll be watching to make sure she plays by their rules. Reviewed by Rebecca Kilberg.

BLACK ICE: Sherlock Holmes: The Legend Begins by Andrew Lane (Historical Mystery)
When Sherlock visits his brother, what he finds shocks him to the core: a locked room, a dead body and Mycroft holding a knife. The police are convinced Mycroft is a murderer, but Sherlock is just as convinced he is innocent. Threatened with the gallows, Mycroft needs Sherlock to save him. The search for the truth necessitates an incredible journey where Sherlock is afoot in a world of secrets and danger. Reviewed by Carly Silver.

VICTORIA REBELS by Carolyn Meyer (Historical Fiction)
To be a young woman in a time when few other females held positions of power was to lead in a remarkable age --- and because Queen Victoria kept personal journals, this historical novel from award-winning author Carolyn Meyer shares authentic emotional insight along with accurate information, weaving a true story of intrigue and romance. Reviewed by Christine M. Irvin.

ZOM-B UNDERGROUND by Darren Shan (Horror)
Waking up in a military complex, months after zombies attacked school, B has no memory of the last few months. Life in the UK has turned tough since the outbreak, and B is woven into life and battle in the new military regime quickly. But as B learns more about the zombies held in the complex and the scientists keeping them captive, unease settles in. Is there anyone left in the world to trust? Reviewed by Erin Allen.

PROPHECY: The Dragon King Chronicles by Ellen Oh (Fantasy)
Kira's the only female in the king's army, and she's also the prince's bodyguard. She's a demon slayer and an outcast, hated by nearly everyone in her home city of Hansong. And she's their only hope. Murdered kings and discovered traitors point to a demon invasion, sending Kira on the run with the young prince. He may be the savior predicted in the Dragon King's prophecy... Reviewed by Benjamin Boche.

PAPER VALENTINE by Brennna Yovanoff (Mystery)
The hottest July on record in Ludlow means that the asphalt is melting, the birds are dying, petty crime is on the rise, and someone in Hannah Wagnor’s peaceful suburban community is killing girls. Only by confronting the Valentine Killer will she be able move on with her life --- and it’s up to her to put together the pieces before he strikes again. Reviewed by Rebecca Kilberg.

REVOLUTION 19 by Gregg Rosenblum (Science Fiction)
Headstrong 17-year-old Nick has spent his whole life hiding out from the robots that have enslaved mankind. But when the bots discover his community's location, he, his younger brother and adopted sister barely make it out alive. Determined to find out if their parents are among the survivors, Nick, Kevin and Cass venture into the heart of the City, but it is nothing like they've been told. Reviewed by Chris Shanley-Dillman.

CINDERS & SAPPHIRES: At Somerton by Leila Rasheed (Historical Fiction/Romance)
Sumptuous and enticing, the first novel in the At Somerton series introduces two worlds, utterly different yet entangled, where ruthless ambition, forbidden attraction and unspoken dreams are hidden behind dutiful smiles and glittering jewels. All those secrets are waiting...at Somerton. Reviewed by Emma Kantor.

NOBODY by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (Dystopian)
Sixteen-year-old Claire has been invisible her whole life, missed by the Institute's monitoring. But now they've ID'ed her and sent 17-year-old Nix to remove her. Yet the moment he lays eyes on her, he can't make the hit. It's as if Claire and Nix are the only people in the world for each other. And they are --- because no one else can really see them. Reviewed by Caroline Osborn.

THE MADMAN'S DAUGHTER by Megan Shepherd (Gothic Horror)
Sixteen-year-old Juliet Moreau has built a life for herself in London --- working as a maid, attending church on Sundays and trying not to think about the scandal that ruined her life. After all, no one ever proved the rumors about her father's gruesome experiments. But when she learns he is alive and continuing his work on a remote tropical island, she is determined to find out if the accusations are true. Reviewed by Chris Shanley-Dillman.

THE TRAGEDY PAPER by Elizabeth Laban (Romance)
Tim Macbeth is a 17-year-old albino and a recent transfer to the prestigious Irving School, where the motto is “Enter here to be and find a friend.” A friend is the last thing Tim expects or wants --- he just hopes to get through his senior year unnoticed. Yet, despite his efforts to blend into the background, he finds himself falling for the quintessential “It” girl, Vanessa Sheller, girlfriend of Irving’s most popular boy. Reviewed by Erin Allen.

THE ESSENCE: Pledge by Kimberly Derting (Fantasy)
As Charlie journeys to an annual summit to meet with leaders of nearby Queendoms --- an event where her ability to understand all languages will be the utmost asset --- she is faced with the ultimate betrayal. And the only person she can turn to for help is the evil soul residing within. Reviewed by Amy Alessio.

THEN YOU WERE GONE by Lauren Strasnick (Suspense)
Two years ago, Adrienne’s best friend walked out of her life. One week ago, she left Adrienne a desperate, muffled voicemail. Adrienne never called back. Now Dakota is missing. All she left behind are a string of broken hearts and a suicide note. Adrienne can’t stop obsessing over what might have happened if she’d answered Dakota’s call. And she’s increasingly convinced that Dakota must still be alive. Reviewed by Kim Patton.

TEETH by Hannah Moskowitz (Fairy Tale)
Rudy’s life is flipped upside-down when his family moves to a remote island in a last attempt to save his sick younger brother. Rudy lies awake at night listening to the screams of the ocean beneath his family’s rickety house. Then he meets Diana, who makes him wonder what he even knows about love, and Teeth, who makes him question what he knows about anything. Reviewed by Molly Horan.

ANATOMY OF A SINGLE GIRL by Daria Snadowsky (Romance)
With Judy Blume-like honesty and insight, this sequel to ANATOMY OF A BOYFRIEND is about life after first love --- romance, sex, friendship, family and the ups and downs of life as a single girl. Reviewed by Borana Greku.

DELUSION by Laura L. Sullivan (Romantic Suspense)
Opening-night jitters are nothing new for 17-year-old Phil and her sister, Fee, who come from a centuries-old line of stage illusionists. But in the aftermath of the Blitz they’re shipped off to the countryside, away from the bombs and Nazis. Phil, however, wants to fight for her country, and she’ll risk anything to give her country a fighting chance, even if it means losing her heart ...or her life. Reviewed by Kim Patton.

DOOMED by Tracy Deebs (Dystopian)
Pandora's just your average teen glued to her laptop until her long-lost father sends her a link to a mysterious site featuring 12 photos of her as a child. Unable to contain her curiosity, Pandora enters the site, where she is prompted to play her favorite virtual-reality game, Zero Day. This unleashes a global computer virus that plunges the whole world into panic. Reviewed by Kim Patton.

THE DEAD AND BURIED by Kim Harrington (Mystery)
Jade loves the new house she moved into and doesn't even mind being the new girl in school. But then her brother claims to see a glimmering girl in his room, and Jade's jewelry gets moved around. It turns out her house is haunted by a ghost who's seeking not just vengeance, but the truth. As Jade investigates the mystery, she discovers that her new friends in town have more than a few deep, dark secrets. Reviewed by Norah Piehl.

 

Poll and Word of Mouth

Poll

Resolution time! How many books would you like to read for fun in 2013?

1-10
11-20
21-30
31-40
41-50
51-60
61-70
71-80
81-90
91-100
More than 100

-Click here to answer the poll.

 

Word of Mouth:

Send us your current reading recommendations with your comments and a rating of 1 to 5 stars. This contest period, one teen reader will be randomly chosen to win a copy of JANIE FACE TO FACE by Caroline B. Cooney and VICTORIA REBELS by Carolyn Meyer. The deadline for entries is Thursday, January 31st at noon ET.

To make sure other readers will be able to find the books you're writing about, please include full titles and correct author names (your entry must include these to be eligible to win). For complete rules and guidelines, click here.

-Click here to read all the contest details and enter to win.

 

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