Can You Crack the Code [Ella Schwartz]

Can You Crack the Code? by Ella Schwartz is an amazingly fun and informative book about all the ways in which people have encrypted secret messages and codes over the course of the world's history. When I first picked this book up, I wasn't expecting it to be as lengthy or as in depth as…

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Idiot Genius: Willa Snap and the Clockwerk Boy [Richard Due] Cover Love Friday!

I've always loved this cover. In fact, the artwork of this book is one of the reasons I wanted a copy of it myself in the first place. I mean, how could you not fall in love with this cover? Wonderfully, this is also a book that credits the cover artist--though primarily due to the fact…

Our Year of Maybe [Rachel Lynn Solomon]; 2019 YA Releases

I don't remember requesting Our Year of Maybe by Rachel Lynn Solomon from NetGalley, but apparently I did because it's in my list of books to give feedback for. A story following a young girl, her sick friend, the kidney she gave him, and the struggles of love from loving your best friend to realizing you're…

#Single [Lost the Plot]

#Single by Lost the Plot is basically a collection of text conversations between people who'd met online and illustrates the awful--though, sometimes funny--side of meeting people via the internet or via an app. All text/message conversations are preceded by a little phrase or emoji to indicate what sort of conversation to expect following. The book is…