Student Picks

Want to know what students at PDHS are reading and recommending? Check out the current library display of student picks. This will be an ongoing feature in the library and on the blog, so if you read a book from the school library and want to promote it, fill out a form and it will be added to the display.

November’s student picks are:

BeautifulCreaturesBeautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl

Recommended by: Grade 7 student

Plot: There was a girl, there was a grave, and there was a curse.

Read it for excitement, tears, and laughter.

 

UgliesUglies by Scott Westerfeld

Recommended by: Grade 7 student

Plot: Everyone gets an operation that makes them look the same, but there is an evil secret behind it.

Read it if you like science fiction, dystopian.

 

WarmBodiesWarm Bodies by Isaac Marion

Recommended by: Grade 8 student

Plot: It’s about a zombie who falls in love with a human.

Read it if you like zombies and love.

 

CanterwoodCrest Canterwood Crest series by Jessica Burkhart

Recommended by: Grade 9 student

Plot: Sasha is trying to get into an elite boarding school.

Read it if you like horses and drama.

 

TwilightTwilight series by Stephenie Meyer

Recommended by: Grade 9 student

Plot:  A vampire named Edward falls in love with a girl named Bella.

Read it if you like vampires.

 

DivergentDivergent by Veronica Roth

Recommended by: Grade 10 student

Plot: A girl is trying to find her place in the courage faction.

Read it if you like The Hunger Games.

 

BloodRedRoadBlood Red Road by Moira Young

Recommended by: Grade 11 student

Plot: Saba goes off to save her brother and ends up on a wild, crazy adventure.

Read it if you like action, adventure, and The Hunger Games.

 

BookOfAwesomeThe Book of Awesome by Neil Pasricha

Recommended by: Grade 11 student

Plot: 1000 awesome things, i.e. chips on your sandwich, socks fresh out of the dryer, coming home to a cooked meal.

Read it if you like optimism and a daily pick-me-up.

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Posted on November 28, 2013, in Student Recommendations and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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