"Tell Me Three Things", by Julie Buxbaum...





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                    Writing & Art Contests
February 1-April 15, 2017
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I read all the time. I love it. My fantasy would be to be locked into a library. I'd be very, very happy.


 
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May 2016
Assassin's Heart    
YA AHIERS               Ahiers, Sarah                                      2016
           
Tell Me Three Things    
YA BUXBAUM          Buxbaum, Julie                                    2016
 
The Crown    
YA CASS                    Cass, Kiera                 Selection Series #5       2016
 
The Siren    
YA CASS                    Cass, Kiera                                          2016
 
A Study In Charlotte
A CAVAL- LARO     Cavallaro, Brittany                             2016
 
Flamecaster    
YA CHIMA                Chima, Cinda Williams         Series: Shattered Realms         2016
 
Lady Midnight     
YA CLARE                 Clare, Cassandra                   Series: Dark Artifices #1         2016
 
The Impostor Queen    
YA FINE                     Fine, Sarah                                          2016
 
Library Wars: Love & War. 15    
YA GN YUMI                        Yumi, Kiiro.    Series: Shojo Beat Manga       2016
 
The Glittering Court    
YA MEAD                  Mead, Richelle                                     2016
 
The Lifeboat Clique    
YA PARKS                 Parks, Kathy (Kathy Hepinstall)        2016
 
Burning Glass    
YA PURDIE               Purdie, Kathryn                                  2016
 
Salt To The Sea    
YA SEPETYS              Sepetys, Ruta                                       2016
 

'Don't laugh at a youth for his affectations; he is only trying on one face after another to find a face of his own'  ~Logan Pearsall Smith, "Age and Death," Afterthoughts, 1931