Friday Fifteen

Hey guys, guess what? It’s the first Friday of summer! The days might be longer, but the book reviews aren’t. Fifteen words or less, here we go!

1. Harold!: Photographs from the Harold Washington Years by Antonio Dickey (Photographs), Antonio Dickey, Marc PoKempner (Photographs), Ron Dorfman (Editor)
Helped with this one when I was an intern. Really interesting Chicago history, great photographs.

2. I Was a Teenage Fairy by Francesca Lia Block
Read this one a lot in high school. Knew “androgynous” on the SATs because of this.

3. Miss Nelson Is Missing! by Harry Allard
Freaked me out as a kid. Didn’t like the teacher getting “replaced” by someone scary.

4. The Story of the Sea (Childcraft: the How and Why Library #7) by World Book-Childcraft International
Have I mentioned I love the ocean and sea creatures?

5. The Baby-Sitters Club: Friends Forever : The Movie by A.L. Singer, Ann M. Martin
A novelization of the movie based on the book series. Of course I read it.

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