While I haven't read Summer Boys by Hailey Abbott, I see we have several other titles by her and they look like they would be summer romance books, too.
Meanwhile, here are three other titles you might like.
If you are interested in a workshop to learn some Improv games this is your lucky day! Join us Thursday, May 13, 6:15-7:15 at Headquarters Library. Sign-up now, grades 7-12.
Join us afterwards or only come for… an Improv performance!
It's Improv Nite with Awkward Pause Improvisational comedy show: Thursday, May 13, 7:30-8:30. Presented by Mr. Johnson and Mr. D'Addario, Stafford High School drama teachers, and SHS Improv Troupe, Awkward Pause. Grades 7-adult.
It was awesome! Were you there? It was on Friday, March 12, 7-9 pm. It was in the Headquarters theater.
Check out this video of Proof by Assertion at Salem Church last August.
You can also see The Ambulance Review performing "No Way!" Says FAA on MySpace.
Fans, you were great, too! Wouldn't be a show without you all! Mark your calendars for the next show at Headquarters: Friday, June 11
Here are three titles I hope you might enjoy- they all involve ancient mythology and modern characters!
The Night Tourist by Katherine Marsh
After fourteen-year-old classics prodigy Jack Perdu has a near fatal accident he meets Euri, a young ghost who introduces him to New York's Underworld, where those who died in New York reside until they are ready to move on, and Jack vows to find his dead mother there.
Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause.
Having fallen for a human boy, a beautiful teenage werewolf must battle both her packmates and the fear of the townspeople to decide where she belongs and with whom.
I really am glad you asked about this book, because I had not heard of it before! So, now I'm learning about a new author.
The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett.
A young witch-to-be named Tiffany teams up with the Wee Free Men, a clan of six-inch-high blue men, to rescue her baby brother and ward off a sinister invasion from Fairyland.
Out Standing in my Field by Patrick Jennings.
Although fifth-grader Ty Cutter is named after baseball great Ty Cobb, he is the worst player on the Brewer's team--which happens to be coached by his overly-competitive father.
Flipped by Wendelin Van Draanen.
In alternating chapters, two teenagers describe how their feelings about themselves, each other, and their families have changed over the years.
Once Upon a Marigold by Jean Ferris.
A young man with a mysterious past and a penchant for inventing things leaves the troll who raised him, meets an unhappy princess he has loved from afar, and discovers a plot against her and her father.
If you enjoyed Forged by Fire by Sharon Draper, you might like some of these titles.
Begging For Change by Sharon G. Flake.
Raspberry tries to sort out feelings for her homeless, drug-addicted
Locomotion by Jacqueline Woodson.
A boy learns to write out his emotions and feelings in poetry as he deal with the death of his parents and separation from his sister.
I'm so glad you made a Book Match request in order to kill two birds
with one stone: something you can have a good laugh reading and then
write an easy critique! I hope you'll find something that grabs you
from the list of books below.