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Teaser Tuesday ~ Take Me Home With You When You Go by David Levithan, Jennifer Niven

Teaser Tuesday ~ Take Me Home With You When You Go by David Levithan, Jennifer Niven

Take Me with You When You Go, David Levithan, Jennifer Niven, Abuse, LGBT, Family, Sister, Contemporary, Young Adult, Letters, Mails, Face, White Hair, Girl
I flipped through the book and ended up on page 96!
Do you ever feel small? Like so small you could fit in your own pocket? Like as small as, I don’t know, a baby, back when you had someone to cut your food and fee it to you? I wish I had someone to do that right now. Or bring me ginger ale and crackers the way Sloane’s mom does when she has cramps or the flu, the way Mom never did, not even before Darren.
I feel so small, I wonder if I’m invisible. I feel as small as a flea.
Teaser Tuesday ~ If I Disappear by Eliza Jane Brazier

Teaser Tuesday ~ If I Disappear by Eliza Jane Brazier

If I Disappear, Face, Murder, Mystery, Missing People, Flowers, Plants, Podcasts, Eliza Jane Brazier
I flipped through this great book and stopped at page 136.

Episode 18: They looked the other way.
Episode 37: The case went cold.

All the missing women, and the story ends the same way. The story ends when people stop looking ,when they stop searching when no more evidence is found. I won’t let your story end that way. I won’t let my story end that way. I won’t give up. I won’t stop looking. If Jed is right, if I’m looking for you because I’m lost too, then finding you will save you and me both. 
Top 10 Books June 2021

Top 10 Books June 2021

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June top 10, books, picture book, graphic novel, young adult, children's books,

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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The Mysterious Disappearance of Aidan S. (As told to his brother) by David Levithan

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The Mysterious Disappearance of Aidan S. (As told to his brother) by David Levithan

The Mysterious Disappearance of Aidan S. (as told to his brother), David Levithan, Fantasy, Mystery, LGBT, Children's Books, Blue, Forest, Paper plane
They looked everywhere.
The woods behind our backyard. The school. The woods behind the school. The basement. The attic. The pond, even though the pond was a long walk away. They called the parents of every kid in Aidan’s class, even the ones who’d moved away.
We opened every door to every room in our house, every door to every closet. We searched every crawl space, checked under every bed. We pulled back each of the shower curtains and looked for footprints in all of the rugs. It was a game of hide and seek that got old after five minutes, alarming after an hour, and the scariest thing that had ever happened to any of us after that.
Aidan couldn’t be found.