BOOKS THAT GET EMOTION OUT OF YOU
Legend,Divergent, winger,diary of a wimpy kid, saving zasha.
Lu, Marie. Legend. Los Angeles Times. 2011. 305 pages. Dystopian
ALA Teens' Top Ten Nominee (2012), YALSA Awards for Best Fiction for Young Adults (2012), Abraham Lincoln Award Nominee (2014), Goodreads Choice Nominee for Young Adult Fantasy and Science Fiction (2012)
What was once west America is now know as the republic of America thanks to the plague. June who is fifteen years old is in one of the Republic's highest military classes. Day who is also fifteen years old is the country's most wanted criminal. They find themselves falling for each other. Day gets arrested and June saves him. There are also 2 other books in this series prodigy and champion are the other books in the series.
Roth, Veronica. Divergent . HarperCollins. 2011. 487 pages. Dystopian
ALA Teens' Top Ten Nominee (2012), Children's Choice Book Award Nominee for Teen Choice Book of the Year (2012), Abraham Lincoln Award Nominee (2014), DABWAHA Romance Tournament for Best Young Adult Romance (2012), Goodreads Choice for Favorite Book of 2011 and for Best Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction (2011)
There are five factions dauntless, abnegation, amity, candor, and erudite. This girl that is in abnegation switches to dauntless. She is immune to simulations and that is bad so the erudite go after the abnegation beccause that is most common in abnegation and the abnegation are the leaders of the government. There are also 2 other books in this series and those books are called Insurgent and Allegiant.
Smith, Andrew. Winger. Simon and Schuster. 2013. 437 pages. Realistic fiction.
Ryan Dean West is a fourteen year old boy that goes to a boarding school for rich kids. He is in the opportunity hall for bad kids. He is in the same dorm as one of the biggest people on his rugby team. He is in love with his best friend Annie Altman.
DIARY OF A WIMIPY KID
Kinney, Jeff. Diary of a wimpy kid. Amulet books. 2007. 217. Realistic fiction.
Borders Original Voices Award for YA or Independent Reader (2007), West Australian Young Readers' Book Award (WAYRBA) for Younger Readers (2009), Dorothy Canfield Fisher Children's Book Award (2009), ALA Teens' Top Ten (2008)
Greg Heffley is in middle school with a whole bunch of people that are bigger than him. His best friend Rowley is becoming more popular than he is. There are also 5 other books to this series the books are Rodrick Rules, The Last Straw, Dog Days, Snow Days, and The Third Wheel.
Barrow, Randi. Saving Zasha. Scholastic press. 2011. 240. Historical fiction.
In Russia after World War 2 is over Mikhail has found a man dying and his dog Zasha in his backyard. Zasha is a German Sheppard and the dog is an enemy dog and they are trying to keep him a secret because the government will kill the dog. Mikhail’s rival Katia is trying to find out about the dog. Mikhail thinks that she is trying to tell the government but she actually just loves dogs.