This month’s teen book pic is Sky on Fire by Emmy Laybourne. This book is the companion to Monument 14 which was November’s teen book of the month. It took a little longer to read Sky on Fire and it was exhausting, exciting, gruesome, and surprising! In the last book, 8 teens and 5 little kids were trapped in a superstore. In this book, part of the group leaves on a bustrip to Denver (is Denver an evacuation station?). The rest stay behind to wait to be rescued, for reasons explained in the book.
Who will survive? Who will die?
And the question remains, after you read these two books, do you have what it takes to survive?
Ready to read Emmy Laybourne’s new book Sky on Fire? Not so fast! You have to read the first book, which is this month’s teen pick.
November’s Teen book of the month is Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne. This is another post-apocalyptic novel, except every detail could actually happen to you. Trapped in a superstore, 8 teens and 5 little kids struggle to survive while disasters reigns outside. Will they survive? Come to the library and get this book to find out!
We just added 25 Lonely Planet travel guides to our eBook collection! These are a great resource for research projects such as Travel-logs.
New books are added continuously so be sure to look at the new ebooks collection.
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak debuts as a movie November 2013! This deeply emotional story, narrated by Death, is set in World War II. This book was on the New York Times Children’s Bestseller List for over 230 weeks and is one of my top ten teen choices.
Check the library catalog to see if the book is available to check out today. If not, reserve your copy online by signing in with your 14-digit library barcode and PIN. Or, call us at (978) 281-9763 and we’ll reserve it for you over the phone.