Monday, April 16, 2012

You Review (In Haiku)

Hey again, readers!

We at CCPL Teen Underground like to introduce a new series of posts called "You Review." You may be thinking, What could that be? I don't get it. Or you may be thinking, Ah, I've been waiting for my chance to share what I thought about the latest YA book I read, and this is my space to do it! Well, the latter thinker is correct--this is YOUR space to tell us (and the People of the Internet) what you think about books you've read.

Our first edition will be poetry-themed in honor of National Poetry Month. Some of our favorite teen readers have submitted a few of their own Haiku Reviews (click here to see staffer Sarah's attempts...). Click on the title to go straight to that book in our online catalog.

Feel free to leave comments, including your own Haiku Reviews (after all, this is YOU Review)!

 The Cry of the Icemark by Stuart Hill

Country of Icemark
fights for independence from
conquering warlords

by Javari
Medieval journeys
Scottish talking animals -
My favorite series

by Khadel

Witty, winged girl
with her super-powered flock
tries to save the world

by Zalia


A dystopia
stunningly cold and brutal:
for them, there's no hope

by Taquim

Stories of people
on the Titanic's fateful
night in 1912

by Javari

Like Don Quixote
A strange yet profound journey
Forever eventful

by Lucien

A series quite epic
A complete world in itself
And most engaging

by Lucien

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