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A Complicated Kindness by Miriam Toews - Review by Margaret, Teen Blogger

Posted on 04-Jul-14 08:54
A Complicated Kindness by Miriam Toews is one of the most eccentric, dark, innovative and honest books I have ever read. Featuring a cryptic character full of teenage angst, an ongoing discontent, and a desire to see the world, this book was a triumph. With an unconventional writing style, it is also written incredibly well.
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Fall Events – Article by Margaret, Teen Blogger

Posted on 23-Oct-13 11:55
There are so many things to look forward to in autumn: Thanksgiving, colorful leaves, brisk weather, hiking, bonfires, and baking are all things that make the coming of fall so lovely. Often, September is observed as a dreaded month of school and routines, when really it should be seen as quite the opposite - it should be anticipated for countless reasons.
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The Outsiders by Margaret, Teen Blogger

Posted on 09-Aug-13 09:44
The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton is an incredibly honest and achingly intense story about the rivalry between two gangs in the 1950’s. The story is so honest because it was produced from the mind of a teenage girl....
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  • A drop of night
  • Thief of lies
  • Defender
  • Character, driven
  • Every young adult's break-up survival guide
  • Hidden gold
  • The heart of stone
  • The last boy and girl in the world
  • The epidemic
  • I see reality
  • Finding Hope
  • Under the Dusty Moon
  • Flawd
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  • Hot pterodactyl boyfriend
  • Harmony House
  • Burning
  • See no color
  • One of us
  • A tangle of gold
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  • Beautiful broken things
  • The radiant road
  • Speak a word for freedom
  • When we collided
  • Hit count
  • Fig
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  • Essential maps for the lost
  • Queen
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  • The Raven King
  • Breakaway
  • The forbidden orchid
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