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Want It Wednesday: Or More of My ALA Wishlist

My wish list for ALA Part Two!

-Viola in Reel Life by Adriana Trigiani
-Once Was Lost by Sara Zarr
-Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld
-Lips Touch by Laini Taylor
-Luv Ya Bunches by Lauren Myracle
-The Demon King by Cinda Williams Chima
























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  1. Great picks. I'm reading The Warrior Heir right now. I had two friends at work recommend it, and I can see why. It's great so The Demon King is definitely going on my wishlist. Have fun at ALA.

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  2. All of those were at BEA! Good luck!

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  3. I'm sure they will be there!

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  4. *crosses fingers* I hope I find some of those as well. :)

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  5. What's Viola in Reel Life about? I tried Amazon but couldn't find a description.

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  6. Juju-
    Viola in Reel Life by Adriana Trigiani (HarperTeen) is the bestselling author's first YA novel, about an aspiring filmmaker stuck at boarding school.

    I've had a co-worker recommend Adriana Trigiani's adult books to me and she loves them, so I'm interested to see what her YA title is like.

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  7. Wow, these are awesome. I really want Leviathan, Once was Lost, and Lips Touch. Sooooo Sarah....wanna get me a book at ALA? LOL Just kidding. I'm so jealous you get to go though. I was REALLY close to making it up there, but alas...no.

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  8. Oooh...a new Lauren Myracle. Not a fan of hers but it looks cute! And if you see an extra copy of Viola in Reel Life lying around...snag it for me, will ya? I'm desperate to read that one! (:

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  9. I wish you all were going to be there-I'd love to meet you guys!!

    Bookworm-I'll see if I can snatch a copy for you!

    Lauren-We'll have to meet up sometime!

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  10. GBTQ: FYI, I will be signing The Demon King at the Disney-Hyperion booth on Monday, 1-2 p.m. I imagine the ARC will be available other times as well from the booth....
    Cinda Williams Chima
    www.cindachima.com

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Hello! My name is Sarah and I am a Youth Services Manager who works with kids, tweens and teens. I love being asked about great books to read! I started my blog in 2008 as a way to keep track of what I've been reading and to use a reference tool for reader's advisory and it's grown into much more than I could have ever anticipated. In addition to book reviews, I also enjoy posting audiobook reviews, booklists and my adventures in being a librarian. 2017 Library Journal Mover and Shaker Committees: 2021 Newbery Committee 2018 Odyssey Committee 2016 Caldecott Award 2013 Michael L. Printz Committee- Fabulous Films Committee I have also served on the Cybils, Missouri State Library Association Readers Selection Lists, and as an Audies judge. Presentations :  I have offered various presentations at local, state and national libraries and conferences. Topics have included:  What's New in Children's & Teen Literature Engaging Teens in Reader's Advisory Gee