The house that has no explanation, or my review for Harmony House

Harmony House

By Nic Sheff

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It takes a Graveyard to raise a Child, or my review of The Graveyard Book

The Graveyard Book

By Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean (illustrator) 

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And now butterflys are no longer adorable, or my review of A Drop of Night

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By Stefan Bachmann

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The Bibliobibuli Holiday Special, or Christmas is next week and we only now made our wish lists

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We here at Bibliobibuli YA have a rather long bookish Christmas list. However, we are heathens so will probably be receiving none of the following.

Some of these things may not possible.

Also, we are poor and so are all our friends. And our parents laugh at us if we ask for more bookishness and say silly, nonsensical things, like “You already have a lot of book things, you do not need more.”

They are obviously liars or our real parents were abducted by aliens.

The point being, we made a list and want everything on it.

So, happy holidays lovely readers. Go forth and celebrate this unusually warm winter season in the best way you deem possible.

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Proof we need a Black Widow Movie, or my review of Black Widow: Forever Red

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by Margaret Stohl

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Just stopping by, or a blog tour review for The Starriest Summer (and a giveaway)

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By Adelle Yeung

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It’s a toss up for coolest thing between the sea dragon and the bottomless wine jug, or my review of The Girl From Everywhere

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By Heidi Heilig

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The Bibliobibuli Favorite, or my review of Six of Crows

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by Leigh Bardugo

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Just stopping by, or a blog tour review for The Casquette Girls

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By Alys Arden

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I see what you did there, title, and I’m onto you, or my review of Take the Fall

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By Emily Hainsworth

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YA Reads 2015 Debut Author Bash! ~ An Interview with Carol Masciola Author of The Yearbook

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The Yearbook

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Misfit teen Lola Lundy falls asleep in a storage room in her high school library and wakes up to find herself 80 years in the past. The Fall Frolic dance is going full blast in the gym, and there she makes an instant connection with the brainy and provocative Peter Hemmings, class of ’24. His face is familiar, and she realizes she’s seen his senior portrait in a ragged old yearbook in the storage room.

By the end of the dance, Lola begins to see a way out of her disastrous Twenty First Century life: She’ll make a new future for herself in the past. But major mental illness lies in Lola’s family background. Has she slipped through a crack in time, or into an elaborate, romantic hallucination based on the contents of an old yearbook?

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