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Teen Reads Week 2: Review, Read-alikes and Prize

Teen Reads
12/07/2019

Bienvenue aux Lectures ados!

Tous les lundis cet été, pendant huit semaines, le blogue ado publiera une critique de livre et des recommandations de lecture portant sur un thème en particulier.
Les critiques de livres seront rédigées par des membres d’un des Groupes consultatifs
d’adolescents de la BPO.
Voici la critique et les recommandations de cette semaine. 

Critique de livre écrit par Léa, bénévole ado à la succursale Cumberland.

Les optimistes meurent en premier par Susin Nielsen

Après la mort de sa petite soeur, Petula se sent coupable et développe la peur des microbes. Elle participe maintenant dans un groupe pour l’aider à passer par-dessus cette tragédie et de surmonter ses épreuves. J’adore ce livre! Il est très réaliste, triste et touchant. Il me gardait captée et me faisait réfléchir. La vie de Petula me fait voir la vie de personne comme elle sur un autre angle. J’étais très déçue à finir le livre.

 

 

 

 

Est-ce que tu as d’autres livres sous le thème d’Humour à suggérer?

 Dans la section des commentaires ci-dessous dis-nous en quelques phrases quel livre tu suggérerais et pourquoi ? Tous les commentaires sous ce blogue seront inscrits au tirage hebdomadaire pour courir la chance de gagner une carte cadeau de Chapters d’une valeur de 20$. Inscrit ton commentaire d’ici le dimanche 21 juillet à minuit.

 Tu peux recommander plus d’un livre, par contre, une entrée au tirage sera permise par nom d’utilisateur.

 Le gagnant sera contacté le lundi 22 juillet.

 Bonne chance!

 Jette un coup d'oeil aux thèmes de Lectures ados à venir, pour commence à penser à tes recommandations. 

 

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Commentaires

Beauty Queens

In Libba Bray's Beauty Queens, humour is used to convey the ridiculousness of shallow, appearance-oriented consumer culture. The book follows the adventures of fifty teen beauty queens who end up stranded on a deserted island. Bray flavours the story with a splash of feminism, a dusting of social critique, and a boat-load of funnies. Though the novel may seem superficial at first glance, just like the eponymous beauty queens, it still packs one heck of a punch.

My Lady Jane

My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Jodi Meadows and Brodi Ashton, is an imaginative account of the life of Lady Jane Grey, who was queen of England for 9 days in the 16th century, before being beheaded. It is set in an alternate reality with magic and Edians - humans who can turn into animals (sometimes when they want and other times not). The narrators are humorous, inserting their own quips and comments to the story. Even the cover and the synopsis are humorous, giving a good preview of the tone of the book. A very fun read for those who know the story of Lady Jane Grey as well as those who don't. I enjoyed it so much I read it twice.

Finding Audrey

Sophie Kinsella's Finding Audrey is a hilarious account of a girl trying to navigate her social after a traumatic event that has left her unable to leave her house. It's a fun story interspersed with her surreal family members, her visits to see her therapist, chaotic vlogs, and romance. It's a pretty quick read and I laughed really, really, hard. I don't think I've laughed that hard in a while.

Me, Earl and the Dying Girl

A boy. A girl with cancer. Seems like your typical tragic love story, except it isn't. This exceptional book by John Green exceeds all standards and breaks the norm for romance books. Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a story about a boy whose 7th grade girlfriend gets diagnosed with leukemia. Now a senior in high school, our protagonist is forced to visit his ex. With it's touching ending and out of this world humour, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a book for the ages. You'll be laughing and crying throughout it all. -Angelea T

Me, Earl and the Dying Girl

A boy. A girl with cancer. Seems like your typical tragic love story, except it isn't. This exceptional book by John Green exceeds all standards and breaks the norm for romance books. Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a story about a boy whose 7th grade girlfriend gets diagnosed with leukemia. Now a senior in high school, our protagonist is forced to visit his ex. With it's touching ending and out of this world humour, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a book for the ages. You'll be laughing and crying throughout it all. -Angelea T

Me, Earl and the Dying Girl

A boy. A girl with cancer. Seems like your typical tragic love story, except it isn't. This exceptional book by John Green exceeds all standards and breaks the norm for romance books. Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a story about a boy whose 7th grade girlfriend gets diagnosed with leukemia. Now a senior in high school, our protagonist is forced to visit his ex. With it's touching ending and out of this world humour, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a book for the ages. You'll be laughing and crying throughout it all. -Angelea T

Me, Earl and the Dying Girl

A boy. A girl with cancer. Seems like your typical tragic love story, except it isn't. This exceptional book by John Green exceeds all standards and breaks the norm for romance books. Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a story about a boy whose 7th grade girlfriend gets diagnosed with leukemia. Now a senior in high school, our protagonist is forced to visit his ex. With it's touching ending and out of this world humour, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a book for the ages. You'll be laughing and crying throughout it all. -Angelea T

Me, Earl and the Dying Girl

A boy. A girl with cancer. Seems like your typical tragic love story, except it isn't. This exceptional book by John Green exceeds all standards and breaks the norm for romance books. Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a story about a boy whose 7th grade girlfriend gets diagnosed with leukemia. Now a senior in high school, our protagonist is forced to visit his ex. With it's touching ending and out of this world humour, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a book for the ages. You'll be laughing and crying throughout it all. -Angelea T

Me, Earl and the Dying Girl

A boy. A girl with cancer. Seems like your typical tragic love story, except it isn't. This exceptional book by John Green exceeds all standards and breaks the norm for romance books. Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a story about a boy whose 7th grade girlfriend gets diagnosed with leukemia. Now a senior in high school, our protagonist is forced to visit his ex. With it's touching ending and out of this world humour, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a book for the ages. You'll be laughing and crying throughout it all. -Angelea T

Me, Earl and the Dying Girl

A boy. A girl with cancer. Seems like your typical tragic love story, except it isn't. This exceptional book by John Green exceeds all standards and breaks the norm for romance books. Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a story about a boy whose 7th grade girlfriend gets diagnosed with leukemia. Now a senior in high school, our protagonist is forced to visit his ex. With it's touching ending and out of this world humour, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a book for the ages. You'll be laughing and crying throughout it all. -Angelea T

Me, Earl and the Dying Girl

A boy. A girl with cancer. Seems like your typical tragic love story, except it isn't. This exceptional book by John Green exceeds all standards and breaks the norm for romance books. Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a story about a boy whose 7th grade girlfriend gets diagnosed with leukemia. Now a senior in high school, our protagonist is forced to visit his ex. With it's touching ending and out of this world humour, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a book for the ages. You'll be laughing and crying throughout it all. -Angelea T

Me, Earl and the Dying Girl

A boy. A girl with cancer. Seems like your typical tragic love story, except it isn't. This exceptional book by John Green exceeds all standards and breaks the norm for romance books. Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a story about a boy whose 7th grade girlfriend gets diagnosed with leukemia. Now a senior in high school, our protagonist is forced to visit his ex. With it's touching ending and out of this world humour, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl is a book for the ages. You'll be laughing and crying throughout it all. -Angelea T

Cool book. I liked it

Cool book. I liked it

Cool book. I liked it

Cool book. I liked it

Cool book. I liked it

Cool book. I liked it

bean

great.
touching cos I was a germaphobe (for different reasons)