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It is exciting to have a new book out. But it’s also kinda scary… by Dan Smith

It is exciting to have a new book out. But it’s also kinda scary… by Dan Smith

Twelve-year-old Zak, who has an inoperable brain tumour, is with his sister and parents when their private plane is disastrously diverted. Wrecked on a remote research outpost in the Antarctic, they find themselves in an abandoned base. Then Zak’s parents disappear, and the base’s equipment starts 3D-printing nightmarish spiderlike creatures. Zak’s bizarre visions appear to … Continue reading

“acceptance, tolerance and celebration of diversity begins – right here, in my home” by Annabel Pitcher #DiversityMonth

“acceptance, tolerance and celebration of diversity begins – right here, in my home” by Annabel Pitcher #DiversityMonth

Annabel graduated from Oxford University with a degree in English Literature and an ambition to be a children’s author. She had a variety of jobs before deciding to travel the world and focus on writing. Annabel now lives in Yorkshire with her husband and two young sons. @APitcherAuthor  annabelpitcher.com My sons absolutely love me. I … Continue reading

Why Do Abusive Teen Programs Still Exist? Three Solid Reasons by Cyndy Etler – We Can’t Be Friends #BlogTour

Why Do Abusive Teen Programs Still Exist? Three Solid Reasons by Cyndy Etler – We Can’t Be Friends #BlogTour

Cyndy Etler is the author of young adult memoirs The Dead Inside and We Can’t Be Friends (Sourcebooks Fire). Her books take readers into her sixteen months in Straight Inc., a teen treatment program the ACLU called “a concentration camp for throwaway teens,” and then back to her druggie high school, packed with dangerous jockos and cheerleaders. … Continue reading