Quote of the Day – Justin Case

Quote of the Day

I wanted to be good at sports and very fast, so I said okay to the white-and-silver sporty sneakers. The rest of today whenever I looked down, I thought some other kid’s feet got stuck on the bottoms of my legs.

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


Quote of the Day – My Life as a Potato

One of Hunter’s favorite hobbies is stealing my phone and changing my text alerts to annoying songs. Somehow he always manages to find a song that’s more annoying than the last.

–My Life as a Potato by Arianne Costner

Quote of the Day – The Magic Misfits

He loved to lose himself in books about ideas like hope and strength and wonder, but also about things like train engineers, gymnastics, and pie recipes. Over time, he became good at fending for himself. He also became an expert cartwheeler and dreamer of sugary treats.

–The Magic Misfits by Neil Patrick Harris

Quote of the Day – The Best at It

We lean in for a BRiC, which is a secret high five that the three of us invented, named after our initials: Bhai, Rahul, and Chelsea. We had to throw in the i because we needed a vowel to make it a word. I beat u in a three-way tie.

–The Best at It by Maulik Pancholy

Quote of the Day – The League of Unexceptional Children

Jonathan twirled the combination to his locker, his stomach in knots. He still didn’t feel ready to be a spy. As a matter of fact, he didn’t even feel ready to read a spy novel. And yet, he was seconds away from receiving his first mission.

–The League of Unexceptional Children by Gitty Daneshvari

Quote of the Day – The Dastardly Deed

It is a maddening fact of life: while you may have a plan of the absolute top-most importance, a million silly chores pop up as hurdles to your great endeavor.

-The League of Beastly Dreadfuls 2: The Dastardly Deed by Holly Grant

Quote of the Day – Song of the Deep

Every child knows the fairy tales about Kelpies: beautiful horses made of the twisting underwater plants. They lure children into the water, and then pull them down to the depths below.

–Song of the Deep by Brian Hastings