Monday, May 22, 2017
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“What I've learned is that the past might be challenging and the future might be unsure. And that's okay. The present is all we're given, anyway. When we get to the future, God will be there. He'll supply whatever we need for each day.” - Becky Wade
6. The Christiansen Family Series by Susan May Warren | While this bond isn't the "central" part of the story (in terms of the writing), the relationship this mother has with each one of her children (sons and daughters) is special.
7.The Distance Between Us by Kasie West | I loved Caymen's relationship with her mother in this Kasie West novel.Though it's for more than just this reason, one of the most important is that there IS a mother in this YA novel. Too often parents are MIA in ya literature. Question is, why?? Amazon | Goodreads
8. Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon | Do these two have serious issues? You bet. But for some reason I liked that Maddie's mom had a presence in this story. Too often YA parents aren't important and I appreciate that, no matter her obvious flaws, Nicola made Mrs. Whitteir the opposite. Amazon | Goodreads
“Everything's a risk. Not doing anything is a risk. It's up to you.” - Nicola Yoon