Dee thinks her summer will be super boring after her rejection from a summer fine arts program and her BFF attending her own dream program. But then a movie production company comes to town. Before she knows it, Dee is working behind the scenes of a movie - a movie starting a famous pop star.
When she first meets him, she's disappointed. She never really thought they would be best friends, but she expected someone a little...less rude.
The more time she spends on location, the more she realizes that Miles as a LOT of stuff going on and maybe nursing a broken heart. Plus he did laugh at her joke. Could friendship (or something more) be in the works?
I really liked this book - for the banter between Dee and Miles, for Dee's experience on the movie set, for the insider look at the production of a Hollywood movie, and for a small town girl finding courage to chase her dreams.
Looking for a new book to read this month, check out this list from Epic Reads!
YA Author SABAA TAHIR blogged about
10 ways to stop hate and help make the world
a better place.
I love these ideas, so check them out.
Also know that the library is a SAFE SPACE.
We want everyone to feel welcome and included.
Plus if you have an idea to better the community,
let us know, we want to help.
I Hope you Forgive Me is a a new project by Liza Wiemer, author of 2015's HELLO?
(Which I Adored! Check out Jennifer's review here.)
IHYFM is a revolutionary website that asks teens and adults to anonymously share moments from their teen years they wish they could ask forgiveness for but have never had the courage to. Until now.
All stories shared are anonymous - no telling details save for details you provide are shared publicly.
The goal is the bring people together and help today's teens realize they are not alone by reading the experiences of others.
Wanted: Your teen story.
How: Share it. Anonymously.
Ways to Check It Out:
Webpage: http://ihopeyouforgiv eme.com
Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/ ihopeyouforgiveme
Twitter: https://twitter.com/i hopeuforgiveme/
Instagram: https://www.instagr am.com/ihopeuforgiveme/
YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com /watch?v=bl8lBJ7nsww
Hey all you Harry Potter fans out there! Looking for something to do on Wednesday, November 16th at 6:45 pm? The Cragin Memorial Library is celebrating the movie release of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by bringing the awesome wizard rock band Draco and the Malfoys to Colchester! We are also hosting a Harry Potter costume contest. One lucky winner will receive two movie tickets to see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. If you’re a fan of the wizarding world then you will love this band! Some of their biggest hits are “My Dad is Rich, Your Dad is Dead” and “I Know Every Spell.”