Thursday, April 9, 2015

Jennifer E. Smith Books You Probably Haven't Tried Reading Yet (#JenniferESmithMonth)

Hello there Misfit Booknerds! The extended #JenniferESmithMonth event has been going on a full rev and even if it is ending, there are still a few post left before it does come to a close.

One of which is a list of Jennifer E. Smith books that you and I have possibly not read yet. We all know Jennifer E. Smith's fluffy novels such as The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight, This Is What Happy Looks Like, The Geography and You and Me and the anticipated, Hello, Goodbye and Everything in Between. Now before these very long book titles reached the shelves, there are some Jennifer E. Smith novels you might've missed or haven't exactly read.

Here are three of them and they are adorable!

Title: The Comeback Season
Publication: March 4th 2008, Simon and Schuster for Young Readers
Pages: 256


The last place Ryan Walsh should be this afternoon is on a train heading to Wrigley Field. She should be in class, enduring yet another miserable day of her first year of high school. But for once, Ryan isn't thinking about what she should be doing. She's not worried about her lack of friends, or her suffering math grade, or how it's been five whole years since the last time she was really and truly happy. Because she's finally returning to the place that her father loved, where the two of them spent so many afternoons cheering on their team. And on this -- the fifth anniversary of his death -- it feels like there's nowhere else in the world she should be.

Ryan is once again filled with hope as she makes her way to the game. Good luck is often hard to come by at a place like Wrigley Field, but it's on this day that she meets Nick, the new kid from her school, who seems to love the Cubs nearly as much as she does. But Nick carries with him a secret that makes Ryan wonder if anyone can ever really escape their past, or believe in the promise of those reassuring words: "Wait till next year." Is it too much for Ryan to hope that this year, this season, might be her comeback season?

Title:  You Are Here
Publication: May 19th 2009, Simon and Schuster for Young Readers
Pages: 256


Emma Healy has grown used to being the only ordinary one in her rather extraordinary family. But when she finds a birth certificate for a twin brother she never knew she had, along with a death certificate dated just two days later, she realizes why she never felt quite whole. She sets off on a trip to visit her brother’s grave. Peter Finnegan, her neighbor, comes along for the ride. Emma thinks they can’t possibly have anything in common, but with each passing mile, they find themselves learning more and more about themselves and each other.

Title: The Storm Makers
Publication: April 3rd 2012, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Pages: 384


Enter the world of The Storm Makers, where there's magic behind every forecast.

What starts as an ordinary summer turns exciting and perilous for twins Ruby and Simon when strange occurrences begin happening on their farm -- sudden gusts of wind, rainstorms, and even tornado warnings -- that seem eerily timed to Simon's emotions.

Then a stranger arrives and tells the twins that Simon is a Storm Maker -- part of a clandestine group of people entrusted with controlling and taming the weather -- and that he is in great danger. Soon Simon and Ruby must race against the clock as they try to master Simon's powers in time to stop a rogue Storm Maker's treacherous -- and potentially deadly -- plans.

In this thrilling new adventure, loyalties can shift as quickly as the wind . . . and the ordinary can turn extraordinary in the blink of an eye.

Make sure to add these books to your TBR! If you have a hard time finding them at your local bookstore, The Book Depository is indeed a wonderful place to search for books and it ships internationally for free. Maximum time for shipping usually lasts for 14 days :) Have fun reading, Misfit Booknerds!

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