Sci-fi sequel is gripping but can't top original.
This exciting young adult adventure has a strong male voice and will appeal to boys as well as girls.
Delightful romp has swashbuckling action, powerful female.
Moose tries to protect his dad in exciting third in series.
Teen horror tale has promising premise, half-baked plot.
Charming story of plucky plain Jane in 1880s Paris.
Fairy-tale creatures come to life in so-so swashbuckler.
Middle school humor mixes with moving disability subplot.
School-for-criminals mystery turns very dark and violent.
Exploration of beauty and pagents delivers mixed message.
Edgy sequel to Jumper is best for older teens.
Teen girl defends Faerie in lively graphic novel sequel.
Sexual themes and violence weigh down Nightshade prequel.
Poetic, ecstatic, debauched novel that changed literature.
Colorful characters bring Elizabethan fair to life.
Intense novel explores feelings of date-rape survivor.
Dark, magical, Dickensian page-turner for tweens.
Tribute collection will please Bradbury fans, new readers.
Gripping, gritty sci-fi tale of a clone's identity struggle.
Moving, uplifting tale of deformed boy with inner beauty.
Unsettling tale of teen's small-town life is good but dark.
Classic about complex Indian cultures best for older teens.
Moose's ties to Al Capone deepen in engaging sequel.
This story explores the journey -- both physical and emotional -- made by three girls to visit their long-lost mother.
Gripping story is loving, lyrical, but has brutal violence.