Plucky narrator, addicting book!

In Restoring Harmony sixteen-year-old Molly McClure leaves her family’s farm in Canada and travels to the United States on a quest to find her grandparents. The year is 2041, and Molly’s adventure is riddled with hardships: strangers are untrustworthy, crime runs rampant, travel is slow-going and dangerous, and both money and food are hard to come by. An excellent role model for young girls, Molly rises to meet these challenges….

Wednesday, May 12, 2010
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Deb Joelle’s book opens new worlds…

Before I began Restoring Harmony, I hadn’t read YA in years. Sure, I’d skimmed Twilight to see what all the fuss was about (one word: Edward), but that was the extent of my recent experience with the genre. So I want to thank Joelle for introducing me to this whole new world of books, because I absolutely loved Restoring Harmony, and I’ve since devoured several other terrific YA books. I’m…

Tuesday, May 11, 2010
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Restoring Harmony by Deb Joelle out this week!

New authors are often advised by those more experienced to avoid reviews. Joelle admitted in her post on reviews that she has turned off google alerts and doesn’t seek out online comments about her book. She is wise and sane, but what is she missing? For her, and for you, here are some snippets from Goodreads reviews of her debut, young adult novel Restoring Harmony: Princess Bookie says: “My Thoughts:…

Monday, May 10, 2010
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