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Graduation Worries – Article By Emily, Teen Blogger

Posted on 26-May-15 14:53
It’s no secret that it’s that time of the year again: graduation. If you’re anything like me, right now you’re slightly panicked about the idea of change, especially one on this scale. It seems as though everyone has it together and is ready to move forward but I promise you are not alone in your fears should you have them. It took me a while to realize that these fears were perfectly normal. To help you with those feelings, I want to share some of mine with you.
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Inspired By...Article by Emily, Teen Blogger

Posted on 07-Mar-15 13:17
We all have people who inspire us: teachers, actors, actresses, writers, directors, etc. I have my fair share of people whom I look up to, and I thought it would be nice to share some of my author influences. I encourage you all to make a list of individuals who have served as positive inspirations for you as well!
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How to Read a Book for Class - Article by Emily, Teen Blogger

Posted on 03-Mar-15 16:00
If you’re in an English class right now, chances are you are currently reading a book, a play, or a poem and there is also a good chance that you aren’t enjoying it. I don’t blame you. Sometimes the joy of reading is lessened by the fact that you’re being forced into it. However, there are ways to get around it so that you can effectively read and understand whatever has been assigned. Today, I give you a list of what to do and what not to do when reading for class.
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The Beginning of Everything - Review by Emily, Teen Blogger

Posted on 29-Jul-14 09:25
Summary: A remarkable coming of age story which follows a young man by the name of Ezra Faulkner who suffers an injury that’s enough to change the course of his life. Ostracized and alone, Ezra is forced to finally become himself and get to know the people around him, including the new girl in town, in a way he had never attempted before. Comedic, honest, and occasionally poignant, The Beginning of Everything answers the question of what one would do if they had to start all over.
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Panic by Lauren Oliver - Review by Emily, Teen Blogger

Posted on 07-Apr-14 11:56
As a huge fan of Before I Fall and the Delirium series, I was naturally excited upon discovering that Lauren Oliver had a new book coming out this month. I read blogger Julia’s interview with the author and it pumped me up enough to make me go out and buy the book the day it was released. While it’s very different from her other books, Panic is sure to be Lauren Oliver’s next bestseller.
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The Art of Choosing Books or How to Find Your Next Great Read - Article by Emily, Teen Blogger

Posted on 17-Feb-14 08:05
At least once every couple of months, I discover that I have no books on my shelf that I have any desire to read. Going to the library to browse is a great way to get ideas, but how is one to know which books, out of the hundreds of options, are the best to read? Allow me to help you in solving this dilemma.
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Favourite Reads of 2013 - Reviews by Various Teen Bloggers

Posted on 14-Jan-14 09:53
We share our favourite reads (both old and new) of 2013.
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A Rainbow of Books by Emily, Teen Blogger

Posted on 26-Jun-13 12:11
There are so many ways to classify books: by title, release date, non-fiction, fiction, author’s name, etc. But has anybody ever tried to list books by the colour they may be associated with?
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New and Exciting Teen Reads by Emily, Teen Blogger

Posted on 28-Jan-13 10:46
School can keep you busy with homework, tests, projects and extracurricular activities filling most, if not all, of your time. Except… what if miraculously you have some downtime?
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A Rainbow of Books by Emily, Teen Blogger

Posted on 28-Jan-13 10:19
There are so many ways to classify books: by title, release date, non-fiction, fiction, author’s name, etc. But has anybody ever tried to list books by the colour they may be associated with?
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What to Read After the Hunger Games by Emily, Teen Blogger

Posted on 04-Jan-12 16:08
If you’re anything like me, you loved “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins, and once the trilogy was over, you wanted more like it. A little late for some, perhaps, but here is a list of reading materials I’d suggest to you based on different aspects of “The Hunger Games”. Without further ado, here it is:
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A Vampire That Doesn’t Sparkle? by Emily, Teen Blogger

Posted on 04-Oct-11 08:08
Ever since I discovered her “Vampire Academy” series, I’ve always had a special spot in my “Favourite Author” list for Richelle Mead. Which is why, when I discovered she had a spin-off of “Vampire Academy” coming out this past August, I bought it and read it immediately. And I can honestly say that I was not disappointed
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