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Limbaugh, David (2012). The Great Destroyer. Washington DC: Regnery Publishing, Inc. ISBN 978-1-59698-777-7.


David 8. I had this wackjob dream two nights ago and he was in it and he looked like this and I... I just can't think about this character the same way anymore. Plus it was über depressing :(



Every Day by David Levithan Knopf, 2012. Every day, A wakes up in a different body – life has always been like this. Until A meets Rhiannon and falls deeply in love. Teens will be fascinated with Levithan’s philosophical musings on love, identity, gender and relationships, and yet they will ultimately be drawn by this love story. (Grades 8 – 12)


"WOW! This story had so many twists and turns, and keeping you on the edge as to what was going to happen next, that I literally couldn't sit still! At times it was so intense I just had to put the book down . . . AND WALK AWAY . . . I love books that draw you in, and Mr. Bell does this very well. The story was so realistic and believable that it read like it had been taken from the headlines. Riveting. Engrossing. Suspenseful. I look forward to reading this author again."