I can answer a wide variety of questions about young adult literature from almost any time period. My mind is particularly sharp with small details of the literature in question, and I have an extensive personal library of young adult literature to reference should the need arise. I am ready and willing to tackle any question that is brought to me. My strongest facet of expertise is probably recommending books for kids and teens.
I am a reviewer of books for young readers on the www.Goodreads.com and www.Bestcovery.com websites. I have read more than 1,000 young adult books, and I also write stories of my own for young readers.
High School diploma, Christian Liberty Academy
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Hi Arunita, I apologize for not responding earlier. I didn't see your message until today. In accordance with the genres, authors, and series you mentioned, here are a few books you might like. Of course
Hi Tabitha, I'll list several books that I think you might like, along with a link to each book's description on Goodreads.com. #1. Dread Locks by Neal Shusterman. You mentioned that
Hi Katherine, I'll list several recommendations and give links to where more information about them can be found. If you'd like a longer list than this, please write to me again and I'll expand on these
Hi Sam, I'll list several different Young-Adult titles that I think might be of interest to you, along with links to where more information about each one can be found. #1. Somewhere in the Darkness
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