Who I'm Not by Ted Staunton. A family is missing their son. And a son returns to them. Are we going to split hairs about if it's the same kid?
There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom!: A member of the male species dares to step foot into our YA world.Book ReportThere's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom! Book ReportThere's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom!
Road Rash by Mark Huntley Parsons. A rock n' roll saga that goes to eleven.
The Trans-Fer Student by Elise Himes. It's not easy to be a teenage girl. Especially when you used to be known as a guy named Bryan.
Ghetto Cowboy, by Greg Neri. A look into the sport that every young man in the inner city dreams of: horse racing.
Brian reviews Teen Spirit, by Francesca Lia Block. He thinks he would have enjoyed this more if he didn't have a...you know...Y chromosome.
Brian goes into Bonus Factor overload while reviewing Marc Acito's How I Paid For College.
Here's to You, Zeb Pike, by Johanna Parkhurst. It's not easy being a single parent to a couple of school-age kids. Especially when you're fourteen.
Eric Water's The Rule of Three: After Three Days in the Dark, the Fight For Power Begins
James Dashner's The Eye of Minds: Welcome to the VirtNet. A world beyond your wildest dreams...and your worst nightmares.
My Chemical Mountain by Corina Vacco.
Pollution, pollution, they got smog and sewage and mud/ turn on the tap and get hot and cold running sludge.
--Tom Lehrer, Pollution