Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Prepare For Summer: Books!!!!

Hey girlies,
today i'm starting a new blog series, which hopefully will turn into a video for youtube - cause i am starting one just slowly...
It is inspired my MACBARBIEO7 from youtube. and her prepare for summer series..

I LOVE READING, lame right? but i do..i read loads!!!! So i thought i'd tell you my fave books for summer, my wish list and like my ALL TIME FAVE BOOK not for summer...

Let's start with hm.....

Girl Missing - Sophie McKenzie
Lauren is Adopted and eager to know about her mysterious past. But when she discovers she may have been snatched from an American family as a baby, her life feels like a sham. Why will no one answer her questions?  How can she find her biological mum and dad? And are her adoptive parents really responsible for kidnapping her?
Lauren Runs away from her gamily to find out the truth, but her journey takes her into more and more danger - as she discovers that the people who abducted her are prepared to do anything to keep her silent.

Good Girls - Laura Ruby
Someone has sent me another copy of the picture, and i can't help but stare at it. I'm amazed that it's me.
Audrey Porter is a good girl - that's what everyone thinks. But then someone takes a photo of her with Luke DeSalvio. doing something that good girls don't do, and sends it to everyone at school.
Why do people point the finger at her. not luke? what happens if her mum and dad find out? who sent the photo?

I'd tell you i love you but then i'd have to kill you - ally carter
Cammie morgan is a student at the Gallagher Academy For Exceptional Young Women, a fairly typical all-girls school - typical, that is, if every school taught advanced martial arts in PE and the latest in chemical warfare in science, and students recieved extra credit for breaking CIA codes in computer class. The Gallagher academy might claim to be a school for geniuses, but it's really a school for spis.
Even though cammie is fluent in 14 languages and capable of killing a man in seven different ways with her bare hands, she has no idea what to do when she meets an ordinary boy who thinks she's an ordinary girl. Sure, she can tap his phone,hack into his computer, or track him through town with the skill of a real ''pavement artist'' - but can she maneuver a relationship with someone who can never know the truth bout her?

Angus Thongs And Full-frontal snogging - louse rennison, i dont have the blurb to this BUT I RECCOMEND THE WHOLE SERIES 

Ruby Holler  - sharon creech
Since Dallas and Florida had lived on the Boxton Creek Home longer then any of the other children there, they knew all the rules. They also knew the punishments for disobeying the rules, and they new them well, because they had broken every rule in the Boxton Creek Home. Many Times.
Dallas and Floride look set to stay in the orphonage for good until an elderly couple ask the children to come and live with them IN rUBY hOLLER and share some wonderful adventures. Dallas and Florida are used to going to people's homes and not staying so they don't expect much from this latest intevention. However, tiller and sairy morey are an unusual couple. For one thing they keep their money under stones in secret hiding places. But keeping money under a stone isnt always the best plan and some adventures turn out to be those you haven't planned for at all - especially when you have two unruly kids who dont always obey the rules.

Looking for JJ - Anne Cassidy
Three children walked away from the cottages
on the edge of the town towards Berwick Waters.
Later that day only 2 of them came back...
Alice Tully knows exactly what happened that spring day six years ago...though it's still hard for her to believe it's real. She'll never be able to forget, even though she's trying to lead a normal life... she has a job, friends and a boyfriend whom she adores. She's making a go of things, putting her past behind her at last. But Alice's past is dangerous, and violent, and sad - and it's about to rip her new life apart.

I also LOVE Just Listen - Sarah Dessen....

Peaches - Jodi Lynn Anderson
More Juicy than fine, more sexy than delicate. Murphy's good fun - but she's no angel.
At school, Leeda is treated like a queen. She's loved by just about everyone - except her mum.
Living on an orchard and being homeschooled Birdie has the social prowess of the Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Three bored girls
Two gorgeous guys
One hot summer picking peaches
Things are about to get interesting.

BEST BOOK EVER!!!! for summer

my fave book ever is:::::
Frozen Fire - Tim Bowler
When Dusty gets the phone call from a mysterious boy she knows she cant ignore it. He seems to know something about the disappearance of her brother, Josh, which means that Dusty must find the boy no matter what.
But when she does finally meet him, there's something strange and haunting about him. He can see people's thoughts and feels everything - from chilling ice to white-hot pain....and he seems to have a hold over everyone he meets.
There's talk in the town of the boys past. Lynch mobs are out to get him. Dusty must help him and find out what happened to Josh. but when the mob turns on her, it is she, and not the boy, who is in gravest danger!


now for my wishlist:

L.A Candy - Lauren Conrad
Grade 9 Up—After high school, two best friends move to Los Angeles hoping to start "a new and amazing life," but their existence is anything but glamorous. Jane is an intern for a famous event planner and Scarlett is a freshman at U.S.C. However, things change quickly when a TV producer asks them to be in a new reality series along with Madison and Gaby, following their lives as they try to make it in L.A. After signing on, the two friends move into a posh apartment and get into the hottest clubs. Scarlett is skeptical about all the attention, but Jane enjoys being in the limelight. When Jane becomes the show's star, Madison is jealous and plots to bring her down. By story's end, Jane learns that having cameras follow you everywhere isn't what it is cracked up to be. The cliff-hanger climax indicates that there will be more to come. Conrad writes from experience (she stars in MTV's The Hills) and the result is a light read that will leave readers wanting more. The novel contains underage drinking and sexual liaisons, activities that are realistic for the lifestyle of the young women portrayed

North of Beautiful - Justina Chen Headley
Grade 7 Up—Terra's body is very nearly perfect, except for the port-wine birthmark on her left cheek, which several surgeries have failed to remove. It is the teen's final semester of high school and she looks forward to college where she can study art and escape from her bullying, verbally abusive father. Over the Christmas holidays, Terra and her mother get into a car accident and meet Jacob, a Goth Chinese boy with a cleft lip, and his adoptive mother. The women immediately strike up a supportive friendship, while Terra and Jacob grow close. When Terra's brother, who lives in Shanghai, sends her and her mother tickets to visit, and Jacob's mother wants to try to track down Jacob's birth mother, they decide to travel together. But what about Erik, Terra's enamored but slightly clueless boyfriend? Headley's ambitious novel is written in a beautifully crafted style that flows seamlessly. The pace is somewhat bogged down in the first half but it quickens when the characters travel to China, where Jacob, Terra, and their mothers begin to confront their insecurities. Terra and Jacob are flawed, complex, and memorable characters. The message that true beauty and strength come from within is dominant, but this is also a moving and satisfying story in its own right.

Where I Belong - Jenna Feuxmance
Meet Corrinne. She's living every girl's dream in New York City—shopping sprees at Barneys, open access to the best clubs and parties, and her own horse at the country club. Her perfect life is perfectly on track. At least it was. . . .
When Corrinne's father is laid off, her world suddenly falls apart. Instead of heading to boarding school, she's stripped of her credit cards and shipped off to the boonies of Texas to live with her grandparents. On her own in a big public school and forced to take a job shoveling manure, Corrinne is determined to get back to the life she's supposed to be living. She doesn't care who she stomps on in the process. But when Corrinne makes an unlikely friend and discovers a total hottie at work, she begins to wonder if her life B.R.—before the recession—was as perfect as it seemed.

That Summer - Sarah Dessen
Grade 7-9?That Summer could refer to the current one through which 15-year-old Haven is suffering, or it could be the one a few years ago when everything seemed perfect. Nevertheless, both summers affect her and she is a different person at their conclusions. Dessen has cast her story with a group of forgettable characters who plod their way through a cliche-ridden coming-of-age novel with a lot of subplots. There is the long-suffering mother and her scatterbrained best friend. Then there is toupee-wearing Dad, who honks from the driveway on visitation nights. Add the boy-crazy best friend and the moody older sister who is planning her wedding and making everyone miserable. The most memorable character is Summer Lee, a remnant of that long ago season when everything was just right, who shows up at the precise moments he is needed and offers support to Haven. The setting is a suburb where all the houses look exactly the same (kind of like the characters). There is nothing seriously wrong with Haven's life, except that she doesn't fit in, physically or emotionally; she is six-feet tall and still growing. She is unwilling or unable to accept change in her life, and pines for the days when her parents seemed happy and she didn't fight with her sister and the sun always shone...Sigh. Still, Haven has a good sense of humor, and her insightful barbs about everything from shopping malls to TV-news readers add some depth to the story.

Beach Blondes - Katherine Applegate
Summer Smith doesn't have the perfect life, or a life that anyone would want at all. She is a major klutz, always falling and bruising herself. And the guy of her dreams, Sean Valletti, not only doesn't notice her but has found someone else to be his potential girlfriend.
After trudging home through the snow and cold weather, Summer gets hit with some excellent news. Her aunt had phoned her mother to see if Summer wanted to come to Florida and visit. From the cold, hard weather to the bright, warm sun, the answer is definitely obvious to Summer and she is whisked off on a plane on her way to Crab Claw Key.
Even before she arrives, Summer receives some interesting news from a lady on the plane. The lady, who turns out to be a fortune teller, tells Summer that during her adventure in Crab Claw Key, three men will enter her life. Sure, it sounded pretty lame to Summer, since she couldn't even get Sean to notice her back home. But before she knows it, her life turns into The Bachelorette, with three guys, Adam, Diver, and Seth, all showing interest in her. One may not be trustworthy, Summer can't even begin to figure out another, and the last one is totally taken.
Summer knows that this summer will definitely be interesting!
Aside from the boy problems and the horrible living space she must occupy, Summer gets to experience the drama with her cousin, Diana, who she hopes to win over and Marquez, who of course has some troubles of her own. 


What do you want to read this summer?

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