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Each year, we suffer through the bitter Chicago cold, clinging to the promise that eventually, EVENTUALLY, winter will end. At long last, spring is here. And you know what blooms in spring? You'd be correct to say flowers, but I’m talking about love! Check out these teen reads that’ll unthaw the remaining bits of ice from your heart. For a story about new beginnings, carry a copy of What I… (more)
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If you could prevent the untimely death of a loved one, wouldn’t you? In this debut novel, Jack travels through time to prevent his girlfriend Kate’s death, but he soon learns that his actions have unintended consequences.
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Only I'm learning that sometimes it's not what you say that matters most. Or not even what you *don't* say. Those things are cool, helpful even. But it's about doing. Do something. Do anything. Do what you can and then when it feels like you've done all you could, do more.
"There's a beaver-colony-level gnawing happening in my stomach that I can't shake. It's as though my stomach is made of the most tender *whatever wood that beavers love most*. The choicest wood that male beavers send to the female beavers of their affection. And these beavers are going to town in my stomach, because they haven't seen this amount of sweet-ass lumber in a long time and they are taking full advantage of this new haul before it disappears." I think that's the best description of anxiety I have ever heard in my life! And if you don't fall in love with Justin A. Reynolds because of the rest of his writing, this quote just might do it.
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