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Quote of the Day – The Robe of Skulls

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The old sorceress was not given to berating herself, but she could not help but think she had made a mistake. Possibly the worst of her whole life.

The Robe of Skulls by Vivian French

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Quote of the Day – My Life as A Potato

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I try to stay out of these Ellie-and-Hunter arguments. They bicker like two people who’ve been stuck in the back seat of a car for nine hours. At first I thought it was because they were flirting, but—plot twist—they’re just cousins.

My Life as a Potato by Arianne Costner

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Quote of the Day – This Pain Inside

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Charlie clenched her fists as the song took over, filling her with electricity and a sensation that she had not felt in a long time. It was tough as steel, yet light as air, hot as a welder’s torch, but steady as the Eastern current. It was sheer, stubborn, blind hope.

This Pain Inside by Hannah Heath

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Quote of the Day – “Shouldn’t You Be in School?”

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Fires were of grave importance to the organization of which I was a part. It would be a black mark on my record, I knew, to have suspicious fires occur and go unsolved and unpunished right under my eyes.

“Shouldn’t You Be in School?” by Lemony Snicket

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Quote of the Day – Counting by 7s

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“That was one of the secrets to success: caring about the big things and the small things. Or in Pattie’s case, you cared about everything.”

Counting by 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan

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Quote of the Day – The Care and Feeding of a Pet Black Hole

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“Okay,” I said, putting up my hands. “Let’s all just take it easy. I’ll go peacefully. No need for alarms. I’m too bookish for prison!”

The Care and Feeding of a Pet Black Hole by Michelle Cuevas

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Quote of the Day – The Dastardly Deed

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Inquisitive and fun-loving Reader: if granted the opportunity to prowl a phantasmagorical underground palace, what would you do first? Would you play hide-and-seek in the armory? Frolic through the painting galleries? Plant your derriere on the throne and issue pretend decrees to invisible courtiers? Or, like Oliver Drybread, would you insist upon touring the castle kitchens?

The Dastardly Deed by Holly Grant

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Quote of the Day – Justin Case

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When I came home, I found Qwerty whining in the front hall. He was sad because Mom started taking him to Obedience School today. She told me, right in front of Qwerty, that he is the worst dog in the whole class.

Justin Case: Shells, Smells, and the Horrible Flip-Flops of Doom by Rachel Vail

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Quote of the Day – Mulrox and the Malcognitos

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Great-aunts to not make good houseguests. Neither do ogres. Unfortunately for Mulrox, Great-Aunt Griselda was both.

Mulrox and the Malcognitos by Kerelyn Smith