Y.A. Novel Recommended for Teens Who Have Faced Tragedy

Written by Mackenzie Wells, Athens, Georgia Mackenzie is a senior at the University of Georgia majoring in English and public relations. She is a leader at the Wesley Foundation at UGA, the community outreach coordinator for UGA’s Undergraduate English Association, and a member of the Public Relations Student Society of America. Mackenzie has always had … Continue reading Y.A. Novel Recommended for Teens Who Have Faced Tragedy

“Gripped Part 3” is a Portal into the Mind of a Teenager

Written by Olivia Syat, Sharon, Massachusetts Olivia Syat is a senior at Sharon High School. She has a passion for learning, volunteering, and special education. She is a leader in her community through programs such as friendship circle, E.D.A.F, teen speak out, and pathways. She hopes to go into a field pertaining to special education … Continue reading “Gripped Part 3” is a Portal into the Mind of a Teenager

“Gripped 3” is Another Must-Read for Middle School & High School Students

Written by Sophia Coggeshall, Marshfield, MA Sophia is a senior at Marshfield High School in Marshfield, Massachusetts. She is a competitive Irish Step dancer who has competed several times at the Regional, National, and World Championships, and she also plays on the Varsity Field Hockey team for her high school. With a great passion for … Continue reading “Gripped 3” is Another Must-Read for Middle School & High School Students

Teen Novel “Blindsided” Shares Important Truths About Addiction & Recovery

Written by Katherine Nally, Scituate, Massachusetts Kate is a senior at Scituate High School. She is actively involved in a variety of extracurriculars, with a clear passion for serving others. She has ventured twice to West Virginia with the Appalachia Service Project and looks forward to doing more service trips in college. She is also … Continue reading Teen Novel “Blindsided” Shares Important Truths About Addiction & Recovery

Mackenzie Wells of UGA Reviews Stacy Padula’s Montgomery Lake High Book Series

Series Review by Mackenzie Wells, University of Georgia Mackenzie Wells is a senior at the University of Georgia, majoring in English and public relations. She is a leader at the Wesley Foundation at UGA, the community outreach coordinator for UGA’s Undergraduate English Association, and a member of the Public Relations Student Society of America. Mackenzie … Continue reading Mackenzie Wells of UGA Reviews Stacy Padula’s Montgomery Lake High Book Series

New Y.A. Novel Addresses Prevalent Issues in Teenage Culture

Article by Katherine Nally of Scituate, Massachusetts. Recently, parents have been sheltering their kids more and more, especially regarding the books that they read in middle school. Three of my favorite books that I read in middle school have been banned because they were considered to have sensitive topics that kids cannot understand. The reality is that this is what is happening in teenagers' lives, and it needs to be addressed.