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Looking for Summer reads! Any suggestions?

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1kimmie3597
maig 31, 2017, 2:34am

Hey guys! I'm looking for some good YA novels to add to my Summer reading list. Genre doesn't matter and it doesn't have to be set in summer. If anyone could throw out some suggestions that'd be great!

2theloneliestrobot
ag. 30, 2017, 9:07am

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Hi Kimmie

I recently released a new YA novel called The Loneliest Robot - its a story for the modern age which reminds us all to stay human. The reviews have been incredible from both young and older readers. Some nice illustrations in there too!

Best regards
Andrew
(UK Author)

3AnnieMonkey
set. 1, 2017, 12:18am

I know this is late but definitely "Eliza And Her Monsters"!!! I'm currently reading it and LOVING everything about it in every single aspect!!! ;)

4christieTBF
nov. 2, 2018, 3:44pm

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The Book Farm, Inc. has a wonderful selection of summer reading titles! http://www.thebookfarminc.com/Space-Teens/

5Winter-Fox
jul. 21, 2019, 8:48am

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Hello All, please try "Grace Coffin and the Badly-Sewn Corpse," the first book in the fun, edgy, new Grace Coffin series for YA readers. Here is the elevator pitch:

Something is brewing in Southwest Harbor, Maine.
Only two people know the truth about a tragic accident that claims the lives of a popular couple and one of them is dead. That doesn’t stop Cormac Boisverde from coming back from the Afterlife to set the record straight, even though he must make a gruesome choice to do it.
Meanwhile, seventeen-year-old Grace Coffin moves to Southwest Harbor to finish Senior year at Mount Desert Island High School and finds herself embroiled in a supernatural mystery, even as she struggles with her past and the emotional pressure cooker inside herself.
With a bubbling potion of tenderness, toughness, and dark humor, Grace Coffin invites us into her backyard, where Undead creatures lurk in the shadows, teenagers break their curfews and no one, it turns out, is perfect.

6MarthaJeanne
jul. 21, 2019, 9:04am

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7Jenson_AKA_DL
jul. 30, 2019, 4:29pm

I recently read the Charlotte Holmes series starting with A Study in Charlotte, that I read after seeing reference to the series here on LT. The books were quite enjoyable with a blend of boarding school/mystery/romance/intrigue. I think they would appeal whether or not you enjoy Sherlock Holmes. It is a complete series, which is kind of nice.