Social Icons

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Written on

Book Review: Medusa the Mean; By Joan Holub, Suzanne Williams

I have been keeping an avid fan of this series ever since I was offered to read an ARC of it. Since I am a big fan of the Greek mythologies, I say why not? I have never been a big fan of Medusa, but after reading this series, I found a soft spot for her in my life. I watch (read) her grow through out this book, and being humanized by the author. She’s portray as having a personality like our normal teens, having the usual self-esteem and boy troubles teens usually face.

By the way. Perseus and Andromeda did an appearance in this book as a kindergarteners giving it an extra spice of humor in the mix.

Honestly said I didn’t regret picking this book up as soon as it is available to get. So you better get yours as well.

First Words. We are standing in the courtyard of Mount Olympus Academy,” a goddess girl named Artemis announced to tour group gathered around her.

Quote. The chariot wobbled horribly as hands reached back and grabbed her around the shoulders, pulling her out of the scrolls until she found herself face-to-face with a god wearing a winged cap.

Medusa the mean By Joan Holub Medusa the Mean (Goddess Girls #8)
By Joan Holub, Suzanne Williams
Medusa is the ultimate mean girl in this series that blends modern drama with ancient myths.Well researched and true to the original myths, each volume in the Goddess Girls series addresses contemporary issues, like friendships and relationships, from a classically accurate—and entertaining—perspective.

In Medusa the Mean, Medusa is sick and tired of being the only mortal at Mount Olympus Academy. Not only is she surrounded by beautiful, powerful, immortal classmates, but she also has snakes for hair and a reputation for being mean. Immortality, she thinks, will solve everything. So when she finds out about a necklace that promises just that, she’s sure it will help her get the two things she covets most: to be as popular as the four Goddess Girls and to have her supercrush, Poseidon, finally notice her. But when the necklace brings about popularity in the totally wrong way, things go from bad to worse. Can Medusa overcome her “meanie” status and prove that there’s more to her that meets the eye?

finished reading : 31th May 2012
rate } ♠♠♠♠♠
genre } fiction | children | mythology | fantasy | juvenile | adventure
release day }  April 2012
publisher } Aladdin
format } Paperback
isbn } 9781442433793
pages } 256 pages
source } bought
age group } 10+
interests } reluctant readers | middle graders | fairy tales retelling  
awards } -
Get Your Copy } | Kindle

Read More

Friday, May 25, 2012

Written on

Friday Finds: 25/5/2012

Hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading

It has been a long time since I play this because my isp been acting up, but here we are, while my ISP is in it’s “postable” mood…

Man Walks into a room; Nicole Krauss Man walks into a Room
by Nicole Krauss

A luminous and unforgettable first novel by an astonishing new voice in fiction, hailed by Esquire magazine as “one of America’s best young writers.”
Samson Greene, a young and popular professor at Columbia, is found wandering in the Nevada desert. When his wife, Anna, comes to bring him home, she finds a man who remembers nothing, not even his own name. The removal of a small brain tumor saves his life, but his memories beyond the age of twelve are permanently lost.
Here is the story of a keenly intelligent, sensitive man returned to a life in which everything is strange and new. An emigrant from his own life, set free from all that once defined him, Samson Greene believes he has nothing left to lose. So, when a charismatic scientist asks him to participate in a bold experiment, he agrees. Launched into a turbulent journey that takes him to the furthest extremes of solitude and intimacy, what he gains is nothing short of the revelation of what it means to be human.

2 Before Midnight: A Retelling of “Cinderella”
(Once Upon a Time)
By Cameron Dokey

Etienne de Brabant is brokenhearted. His wife has died in childbirth, leaving him alone with an infant daughter he cannot bear to name. But before he abandons her for king and court, he brings a second child to be raised alongside her, a boy whose identity he does not reveal.

The girl, La Cendrillon, and the boy, Raoul, pass sixteen years in the servants' care until one day a very fine lady arrives with her two daughters. The lady has married La Cendrillon's father, and her arrival changes their lives.

When an invitation to a great ball reaches the family, La Cendrillon's new stepmother will make a decision with far-reaching effects. Her choice will lead La Cendrillon and Raoul toward their destiny -- a choice that will challenge their understanding of family, test their loyalty and courage, and, ultimately, teach them who they are.

3 Belle: A Retelling of “Beauty and the Beast”
(Once Upon a Time)
By Cameron Dokey

The Once Upon a Time series continues with these retellings of the most beloved and recognizable tales of all time: Beauty and the Beast and The Twelve Dancing Princesses. Original.

4 The Wild Orchid: A Retelling of “The Ballad of Mulan”
(Once Upon A Time)
By Cameron Dokey
Wielding a sword as deftly as an embroidery needle, Mulan is unlike any other girl in China. When the emperor summons a great army, each family must send a male to fight. Tomboyish Mulan is determined to spare her aging father and bring her family honor, so she disguises herself and answers the call.

But Mulan never expects to find a friend, let alone a soul mate, in the commander of her division, Prince Jian. For all of Mulan's courage with a bow and arrow, is she brave enough to share her true identity and feelings with Prince Jian?

5 Winter Child: A Retelling of “The Snow Queen”
(Once upon a Time)
By; Cameron Dokey

Free-spirited Grace and serious Kai are the best of friends. They grew up together listening to magical tales spun by Kai's grandmother and sharing in each other's secrets. But when they turn sixteen and Kai declares his love for Grace, everything changes. Grace yearns for freedom and slowly begins to push Kai - and their friendship - away.
Dejected Kai dreams of a dazzling Snow Queen, who entices him to leave home and wander to faraway lands. When Grace discovers Kai is gone, she learns how much she has lost and sets out on a mystical journey to find Kai...and discover herself.

6 Break of Dawn
By Rita Bradshaw
Each day brings a new beginning...Her mother's death in childbirth leaves Sophy Hutton at the mercy of her cruel aunt and uncle, and her childhood is brutal. At sixteen, Sophy learns the shocking truth behind her birth and escapes to London to pursue a career as an actress, determined to put the past behind her. But life for women at the turn of the century is fraught with danger and Sophy soon discovers the darker side to London's glamorous theatres. Young and innocent, she doesn't recognise the man who really loves her when he appears; instead she is charmed into marrying handsome actor Toby Shawe, a flawed and amoral individual. Then the heartache really begins..

7 Blood Secret (Blood #5)
By Sharon Page
Lucy Drake is prepared to do all she must to save her family from financial ruin, even if that means giving herself as a sexual plaything to the Duke of Greystone for two weeks. Desperate to keep her ability to shape-shift into dragon form a secret, she has no idea that Greystone, too, has secrets.
A vampire highly skilled in the ways of erotic pleasure, he plans to seduce the knowledge of his missing nephew’s whereabouts from Lucy. Once he has his nephew back, he is sworn to destroy all shape-shifting dragons, including Lucy and her family. But after fourteen nights of sexual delights, will he defy his oath and give in to love with the woman of his dreams?

8 The Fake Boyfriend Experiment
By Stephanie Rowe

Rafe Turner has a tattoo running from his wrist to his shoulder. His hair is a little too long. He doesn't need to rebel, because owning his life is already in his blood. He's way out of her league, for sure, but when Lily Gardner accidentally face plants through the window of his band's practice room, a connection is formed between Rafe and Lily that can't be shaken. When Rafe invites her to jam with his band, Lily knows the mega-talented drummer is exactly what she needs to fix her life. The fact that Rafe already has a girlfriend? No problem. It'll be enough if people simply think she's dating him…won't it? Lily is about to discover that finding her passion is a whole lot more complicated than a fake boyfriend…or two.

This is my 6th posting attempt due to bad ISP connection……

Read More

Monday, May 21, 2012

Written on

Book Review: The Fairy-Tale Detectives; By Michael Buckley

I really need to stop giving great books several doubtful glances before I actually read it. That’s what happened here. I almost missed the chance to read this one. Geez, you think I wouldn’t waste a minute over a giant hand reaching out to two running girls through a forest scene on the cover. Would you? I should be curious!

Anyhoo! I am actually glad I give it a chance. Pick it up and never look back! Two normal girls thrown into a fairy tale town (does it reminds you of that series Grimm and Once Upon a Time?). Grimms family as detectives. Sudden disappearance of the girls parents. Oh gee… But! What tickles me is how Michael Buckley described Prince Charming, he’s the mayor here mind you. He is a player. Turned out, the Prince who rescued all the Disney princess turned out to be the same guy. That gave me the What the… Shut up! moment. But it was awesome take. That moment, I was hooked. Maybe I was daft at first, but Prince Charming was the only one who I actually recognized at first amongst the characters in this book. The author is smart is making us guess who is who in this book.

Nevertheless, this book is an brilliant retelling of our famous fairy tales. I can’t wait to read the rest of this series. Let’s see if we have another Rick Riordan in our hands here. I must admit though, I barely see this series appearing around the blogosphere nor mention by any of my reading friends… as far as I know that is.

Back to the this book, it puts the reader on edge, it page after page after page of adventure, drama, suspense, mystery and full pack of familiar characters that would take you back to that familiar fairy tales of your childhood. Mr Canis is my favorite character… My heart just pour out to him. He has his own demons to fight. Boy… you see why when you read it.

So what are you waiting for, pick up a copy and READ!

First Words. I'm going to die of boredom here, Sabrina Grimm thought as she looked out the train window at Ferryport Landing, New York.

Quote. You can't judge the many by the actions of the few.

The Fairy-tale Detective (The Sisters Grimm #1) by Michael Buckley The Fairy-Tale Detectives (The Sisters Grimm #1)
By Michael Buckley
In book one of this bestselling series, sisters Sabrina and Daphne are sent to live with their mysterious grandmother, Relda Grimm. The sisters learn they are descendants of the Brothers Grimm, whose famous book of fairy tales is actually a collection of case files. The girls are the latest in a long line of fairy-tale detectives, and their new hometown is filled with Everafters (as magical folks like to be called) - some good and some very, very bad. When a mysterious Everafter sets a giant loose on the town, it’s up to the Sisters Grimm to save the day. (

finished reading : 21th May 2012
rate } ♠♠♠♠♠
genre } fiction | children | mythology | fantasy | juvenile | adventure
release day }  April 2007
publisher } Amulet
format } Paperback
isbn } 9780810993228
pages } 284 pages
source } bought
age group } 10+
interests } reluctant readers | middle graders | fairy tales retelling  
awards } -
Get Your Copy } | Kindle

Read More

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Written on

#Boutofbooks Read-A-Thon Day 2 Challenge! #readathon #Brunei

Bout of Books 
Hosted by #BoutofBooks.
Challenge hosted by: Nyx Book Reviews

Physical book or eBook? Both!

Paperback or Hardcover? Paperback!

Reality or Make-believe? Both!

Adult or Young-Adult? Both!

Dog ears or Bookmarks? Bookmarks!

Breaking the spine or Barely open the book? Barely opening the book. Yes I’m that kind of person!

Tea or Coffee? Coffee with milk!

Reading in bed or On the couch? Either would be good.

Series or Standalone? Either!

Original or TV Adaptation? Either

Defy motion sickness or Audiobooks? Defy motion sickness!!! we conquer all!!

Author crushes or Who-was-that-guy-again? Author crushes! ♥♥♥

Interview or Guest post? Either!

Read More

Monday, May 14, 2012

Written on

#BoutofBooks Read-a-Thon 1st Challenge #Brunei #Readathon

Hosted by #BoutofBooks Readathon.
Challenge Hosted by Sarah Says Read.

“What do you like best about readathons? Do you have any readathon traditions or rituals? If this is your first readathon, what do you like so far? Discuss away!”

Best Things about Readathons?
Readathons has been one of the events I have been looking forward to every year. Naturally I tend to participate in several of those within the year (though sometimes even burning the night light for the events if the next day happens to be an off day)

Ok, back to the question. What do I like best about the readathons! The excuse to read. *giggles* What? It’s not like I don’t read enough, but that’s my first favorite thing about readathons . Having a busy life and having alot of distractions tend to sway me away from picking up a book and just read. Readathon is an excuse to drop everything and read.

Second thing I like best is to actually be surrounded with readers! I mean real readers. People who read. Do you know how rare that has been? It’s like being readers are endangered species in danger of being extinct. ….I’m not being dramatic here. Look around you. Go public Go to a hospital, clinic, bus stops, resturants… etc. How many you can count who read while waiting for their turn? Count how many they are who are just waiting blankly, sitting, staring into empty space, playing the games on their phone or tabs and iThingy. I regress, I love to meet people who actually enjoy reading as I am, regardless what kind of genre they like to read, so yes, this is one other best thing I love about readathons.

Traditions/ Rituals?
I don’t really have a tradition nor a ritual, unless it’s a 24hr or a 48hr sort of readathons, where I tend to do ready my snacks, enough sleep, food, exercise, etc all that essential between reads. That, I mostly do during my off days from work.

Read More

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Written on

#boutofbooks 4.0 Goals


Hosted by BoutOfBooks.

If you hadn’t heard about it, It’s that time of the year again where we just read and read as much as we could for the whole week! This year, this event happens during my working week, so I be quite busy during the daytime. and could only read during my after hours or probably I be taking a book or 2 from my school library and read to fill in the blanks during lunch.

I be reading Rick Riordan’s The Serpent’s Shadow for the whole week, and if I get the chance, I be continuing my reading of Siobhan Vivian’s The List.

My Goals for this #readathon:
- Read at least 1 hour every day! Must do this!
- Meet new readers friends.
- Donate a book to my choice of library (possibly my own school library) after finishing one book!
- Participating the mini challenges. 
- Write the reviews as I finish reading them books.
- Have fun!

Hopes my ISP won’t mess up so I could update my progress!

Read More
Written on


I can’t update as frequent as I should until my local ISP Telbru’s Espeed stop messing up and give me a stable connection rather than all this bullshit time outs every 5 seconds. Until they fix it, I can’t update much.

=/ sucky!

Read More

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Written on

Book Review: Heck: Where the Bad Kids Go; by Dale E. Basye

rate } ♠♠♠♠♠
genre } fiction | fantasy | middle grade | supernatural
release day }  April 2009
acquired } 20th March 2012
publisher } Yearling
format } paperback
isbn } 9780375840760
pages } 304 pages
source } bought
age group } 12+
interest } Anybody who has read The Series of the Unfortunate Events (Lemony Snicket)
awards } -

book Heck: Where the Bad Kids Go
(The Nine Circles of Heck #1)
by Dale E. Basye

When Milton and Marlo Fauster die in a marshmallow-bear explosion, they get sent straight to Heck, an otherworldly reform school. Milton can understand why his kleptomaniac sister is here, but Milton is—or was—a model citizen. Has a mistake been made? Not according to Bea “Elsa” Bubb, the Principal of Darkness. She doesn’t make mistakes. She personally sees to it that Heck—whether it be home ec class with Lizzie Borden, ethics with Richard Nixon, or gym with Blackbeard the pirate—is especially, well, heckish for the Fausters. Will Milton and Marlo find a way to escape? Or are they stuck here for all eternity, or until they turn eighteen, whichever comes first?

My 2 Cents
I found this book in the list of “If you’ve enjoyed Lemony Snicket…” list and the blurb kind of perk my interest.

The book turned out to be cute, and it does have the hint of Lemony Snicket sort of storyline, just as good. I really feel sorry for Milton to end up in Heck, being stuck to his sister… in the weirdest way to die ever. But something has to give to lead through a good story. The characters are truly believable and if you’re the kind to sink into a good book, you be lost in it cause it just has a good plot.

I am in love with this book and intend of getting on the next book on the list. I suspect the students at work would really enjoy this series as well. With all the monsters and icky stuff it has within.

P/S My confession. I finished reading this weeks ago. I just don’t have the time lately to post up reviews because of a sudden surge of busy season at work. Internet has been a PITA as well. So I guess Bear with me please…

Read More
Written on

Off-topic! Rant! Rant! Rant! A Readers Advocate Rants and Disappointments!

Let me interrupt your usual reading with a rant. Yes, a RANT! A short one but yes a rant.

I am a Readers Advocate.

I am a book reviewer.

And I’m a librarian.

Being a librarian, and a school librarian, as my full time job, that pretty much gives me this huge opportunity to actually do promote Reading Culture to students. I can mold a limited budget supply (once a year, very limited) into giving them good books to actually entice them to read.

And of course I’m usually being supported by the faculties around me.


I’ve encountered people who actually give me an attitude that’s against “Pro Students Reading Culture.” Actually there's one everywhere, but this one just pisses me off. This character practically told me to get thick books that cost very expensive, as long as this character don’t have to type out all the great books the students could enjoy in this financial database. And of course, don’t forget to buy recipes books, and craft so this character to borrow. And this character persistence (for months) in trying to get me to buy these sort of books instead of books that actually students would enjoy, appropriateness, along with what students really needs, is to the point where this character actually said this one teacher told me these books are good for the students.


There are like 4-5 shelves books full of recipes and crafts, where nobody actually care enough other than during Eid, and I’m having shortage of suitable books for these students. If it’s so incredible, buy them and donate them to the library!

I refuse to misuse the limited Government budget for Reading Culture to buy books that are practically have no value because of the quantity the library already have in that subject, which obviously will turn off the students from using the library!

Especially when we all know the 98% of what this character been doing in office is Facebooking!

God! I Facebook, but seriously, I actually DO MY JOB! And no! That do not involve just sitting down and stamp due dates on the books borrowed by the students. I actually teach students who can’t read, read, along with other things to promote reading culture.

I mean geez! If another person with your job can do it, why can’t you?! It’s your job! Do not shove it it to another person of another department to do it. You’re the one who actually have the course, NOT other people! I know people in your position can do it, cause I’ve worked in other places and I actually have colleagues in other schools. You’re the only one who DON’T and REFUSE to do your job!

Reading culture has to be supported by all faculties, teaching and non-teaching. If one rather just rather not do it, the support system would crash!

It actually disgusts me!

I’ve worked, and still work, with my mentors who happens to be promoting Reading Culture in the front line nation wide. I, myself, worked with reading culture work groups off work publicly and other schools.  Working with people who claimed to support promote reading culture YET have selfish need to misuse what is given that is more of a disadvantage to the student patrons, rather than giving them advantages is a huge disappointment.

I repeat. I’m a Readers Advocate and I work to promote reading, NOT as your tool to get free cookbooks and crafts books for yourself! You have a salary. BUY IT YOURSELF! If it’s true it’s really important for the students to get another book to a huge quantity of the same subject, BUY IT AND DONATE IT!

Now I’m off my soapbox.

Back to usual posting for me

Read More


Related Posts with Thumbnails

Authors Featured

Abd Ghaffar Aris (1) Adam Mansbach (1) Aimee Carter (5) Alan Benjamin (1) Alethea Eason (1) Alex Flinn (2) Alice Sebold (1) Amy Reeds (1) Andrew Clements (1) Andrew Thompson (1) Arthur Golden (1) Brynn Paulin (1) Cait London (1) Carol Grace (1) Carrie Ryan (1) Cary McNeal (1) Cat Marsters (1) Cathy Glass (1) Cerise DeLand (1) Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1) Chris Marie Green (1) Claudia Gray (1) Clement Clarke Moore (1) Clive Barker (1) Clive Cussler (1) Connie Dieken (1) Daniel Handler (1) Darren Shan (5) Dav Pilkey (1) Dave Pelzer (1) Davis Brinton (1) Deborah Howe (1) Deborah J. Ross (1) Delphine Minoui (1) Desiree Holt (1) Dita Parker (1) Doreen Cronin (1) Dr Seuss (1) ED Baker (1) EL James (1) Elizabeth Smart (1) Ellen Rimbauer (1) Emma Thompson (1) Farrar Straus Giroux (1) Gail Carson Levine (1) Glen Cook (1) Greg Weisman (1) Hannah Shah (1) Hans Christian Andersen (1) Hazel Hutchins (2) Isabelle Drake (1) J.K Rowling (3) Jaid Black (1) James Howe (1) James Patterson (1) James Rowe (1) Jay Asher (2) Jeff Kinney (3) Jennifer Brown (1) Jessica Day George (1) Joan Holub (7) Jodi Picoult (2) Kami Garcia (4) Kate McMullan (1) Kathleen Kuiper (1) Katie Piper (2) Katina Abram (1) Kevin Hopps (1) Laurann Dohner (1) Laurell K Hamilton (1) Leigh Branham (1) Lemony Snicket (3) Lily O’Brien (2) Linda Hudson-Smith (1) Lisi Harrison (1) Louise Rennison (1) Maggie Stiefvater (1) Margaret Stohl (4) Margaret Wise Brown (1) Mario Acevedo (1) Marion Zimmer Bradley (1) Mary Downing Hahn (1) Mary Engelbright (1) Melanie Rawn (1) Michael Buckley (3) Michael Thomas Ford (1) Michele Albert (1) Mike Allred (1) Morgan Kaufman (1) Muhammad Miqdad (1) Nicholas Rennison (1) Nujood Ali (1) O Henry (1) Paige Tyler (1) Patrick Jennings (1) Paul McAuley (1) Peter Bentley (1) Peter Boxall (1) R. Garland Gray (1) Rachel Hawkins (2) Rachel R. Russell (2) Richard Bachman (1) Rick Riordan (14) Roald Dahl (1) Robert B. Parker (1) Russell Lee (1) Ruth J Morehead (1) Sarah Burleton (1) Sarah Graves (1) Shannon Hale (1) Sherrilyn Kenyon (1) Stephen King (3) Stephenie Meyer (1) Steve Berry (1) Susan Beth Pfeffer (3) Suzanne Collins (3) Suzanne Williams (4) Tamar Jalis (1) Todd Strasser (1) Tony DiTerlizzi (1) V.C. Andrews (5) William Panek (1) Yangsook Choi (1)

Sorting it all

* Other than Reading √ 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die √ 1001 Children's Books √ 101 Great Books Recommended for College-Bound Readers √ Man Booker Prize Winner √ Newbery Medal √ Nobel Laureates in Literature √ Pulitzer Prize Winners Novel/Fiction ♦ Creating a Reader 1: In the Mail 1: Mailbox Monday 1: Manic Monday 1: Monday Mayham 1: Musing Monday 1: What are you Reading on Mondays 2: Teaser Tuesday 2: Top Ten 2005 2007 2009 2010 2010 Challenges 2011 2011 Challenges 2012 2012 Challenges 3: A - Z Challenge 3: I Want Wednesday 3: Waiting on Wednesday 3: Wednesday Media Mix 3: Wishlist Wednesday 3: Wordless Wednesday 3: WWW Wednesday 30 Day Book Challenge 30 days Meme 4: Booking Through Thursday 4: TBR Thursday 4: Thursday 13 5: Friday Fill-Ins 5: Friday Finds 5: What's in Your Handbag? 7: Straight out of the Camera Sunday 7: Sunday Salon 7: Sunday Stealing 7: Unconscious Mutterings A Year in Picture Books 2011 About Reading Abuse Addicts Adult Afghanistan Africa Animal stories Animals AREs Arthurian Articles Asia Atheneum Author A Author B Author C Author D Author H Author J Author L Author M Author N Author O Author P Author R Author S Author V Author W Awareness Day Biography Bloggiesta Book Blogger Hop Book Blogger Recommendation Challenge 2011 Book List Book Pile BookFair Bookmarks Books taught me that... Brunei Business Chapter Books Children Chinese Christmas Chunky Tales Classics Comic Review Community Computer Contact Crafts Crafts and Hobbies Dark Humor Doa Dracula Drama dystopia eBook Egypt Mythology Eh? Emma Thompson Erotica Europe Event Fairy Tales Family Issue Family Saga Fantasy Fiction Food Frankenstein Free Giveaway Friday Hop Genres Gluttony Greek Mythology Habits Health and Beauty Horror Humor Inspirational iPhone Islam James Howe Journal Juvenile Kindle Legends List Literary Literary Blog Hop literature Lycans Magazines Malay Meme Memoir Middle Grade Misc Misc Brunei Motivation Movie Movie Adaptation Mystery Mythology New Author Challenge 2012 New Year Read-A-Thon News Newspapers Non-Fiction Organization Origami Orphan Out with a Bang Read-A-Thon Paranormal Period China Photos Picture book Pictures poster Quotes Ramadhan Rants Read it Read-A-Thon Reading Reading Habits Reading List Realistic Fiction Reference Relationships Reluctant Readers Resources Review Review by Title Review Policy rip Roman Mythology Romance School Science Fiction Seller Shifter Challenge 2011 short stories Social Issues Sony Reader Study Tips Stuff Supernatural Teens The Reader The TwentyEleven Challenge Thriller Tied-Ins: Movie Tied-Ins: TV To be Read To Be Read A-Z Tragedy Trailers Trivia True Crime TV Adaptation TV Review TV Series Vampires Vietnam Vlog Vocabulary What's in a Name Work ww2 WWI YA of the 80s and 90s Challenge Yemen Young Adult

~* Others *~

Children's Choice Book Awards

Powered by

.:: Listening to