Booktalks from Ms. Giotis’s Class

Choldenko, Jennifer: If A Tree Falls at Lunch Period
Kristen and Walk seem like polar opposites, but they may have more in common than either of them expects.

Grabenstein, Cris: The Crossroads
Zach can’t wait to leave New York and ditch that evil tree, but will things really be better in Connecticut?

Korman, Gordon: Schooled
Cap has been a home-schooled farmer boy his whole life. Now he has to survive public school.

Larbalestiar, Justine: How to Ditch Your Fairy
Welcome to New Avalon, where everyone has a personal fairy. You’d better hope it’s a good one!

Mass, Wendy: A Mango-Shaped Space
For every number, letter, and sound, Mia sees a color.

Sedgwick, Marcus: My Swordhand Is Singing
What’s up with Tomas and his mysterious wooden box?

Shusterman: Everlost
Sometimes, dead is better.

Sones, Sonya: One of those Hideous Books Where the Mother Dies
Ruby can’t believe Whip Logan is really and truly her father. But could she be wrong?

Sonneblick, Jordan: Notes from the Midnight Driver
Alex does commnity service with a mean old man. Will the judge give him a break?

Werlin, Nancy: The Rules of Survival
Matthew’s mother is a monster.

Zink, Michelle: Prophecy of Sisters
Lia and Alice have just become orphans. And enemies.

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